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The Ames Free Library of Easton, Mass., was founded by 
Oliver Ames, the second of that name. He was born at Plym- 
outh, Nov. 5, 1807, but was a lifelong resident of North Easton, 
where he died March 9, 1877. Desiring to bestow some sub- 
stantial and permanent benefit upon his neighbors and towns- 
men, he made three large bequests, — one for schools, one for 
highways, and the third for founding and endowing a free public 
library. He provided that this library should be located at 
North Easton village, but that its privileges should be equally 
open to all the residents of the town. He also provided that 
the trustees should be appointed, and vacancies in their number 
filled, by the Unitarian Society of North Easton. The library 
opens with over ten thousand volumes. Its permanent fund has 
been increased by Sarah L. Ames, widow of its founder, and 
amounts to forty thousand dollars. 

The library building has been erected from the designs, and 
under the supervision, of H. H. Richardson, Esq., of Brookline, 
Mass. The catalogue has been compiled by Miss Harriet H. 
Ames. 

March, 1883. 



OFFICERS, 1883. 



Ctnwtee*. 

FREDERICK L. AMES, President. 
WILLIAM L CHAFFIN, Secretary. 
GEORGE W. KENNEDY, Treasurer. 
CYRUS LOTHROP. 
LINCOLN S. DRAKE. 



Eftrarg Committee. 

CYRUS LOTHROP. 
WILLIAM L. CHAFFIN. 



librarian. 

CHARLES R. BALLARD. 



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Rules and Regulations. 



i. The Ames Free Library shall be free to all residents of 
Easton, over fourteen years of age, who shall sign an agreement 
to observe the rules and regulations prescribed by the trustees. 

2. Persons temporarily residing in town may enjoy the privi- 
lege of the library on the same conditions as residents, pro- 
vided that, in taking books, they furnish a satisfactory guaranty, 
or deposit with the librarian the value of the book taken. 

3. Every person entitled to borrow books from the library 
shall receive a card bearing his name. This card must always 
be presented on taking out a book for home use, and also on 
returning or renewing a book. Each card-holder will be held 
responsible for any book drawn by means of his card. 

4. Application for books is to be made on printed slips pro- 
vided by the library. The name and address of the applicant, 
copied from his card, must be written on these slips, and both 
card and slip must be handed to the librarian. 

5. No book will be transferred from one card to another. 
No seven-day book will be renewed. A fourteen-day book will 
be renewed but once. 

6. Any person keeping a book beyond the specified time shall 
pay a fine of two cents a day. Any book retained one week 

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Vlll RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

beyond that time will be sent for by the librarian, and the ex- 
pense thus incurred must be paid by the borrower. 

7. A book is not to be lent out of the household of the bor- 
rower. 

8. Reference books, marked R.L. in the catalogue, cannot 
be taken from the library. Rare and costly books, and books 
unsuited for general circulation, are designated in the catalogue 
by a star, and cannot be taken from the library except by per- 
mission of two of the trustees. 

9. Persons may receive books for consultation in the read- 
ing-room by making written application on the " hall slips " fur- 
nished at the desk. Any one neglecting to return such books 
shall forfeit this privilege. 

10. No book for home use will be changed on the same day 
on which it is taken out. 

1 1. Only one book can be taken at a time, unless the work 
is in more than one volume, in which case two may be taken. 

12. Leaves must not be turned down, nor blank leaves torn 
out, neither must the books be marked in any manner. Any 
one violating this rule will incur a fine of twenty-five cents. 
Books lost or damaged must be replaced by the borrower. 

13. All the books shall be returned for an annual examination 

at such time as the trustees may appoint. 

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14. Neither books, papers, nor magazines, belonging on the 

reading-room tables, can be taken from the library. 

15. No person except the librarian, assistant, or a trustee, 
shall enter an alcove, or take any book from the shelves, without 
special permission. 

16. All persons visiting the library will be required to con- 
duct themselves quietly, and to avoid loud and disturbing conver- 



RULES AND REGULATIONS. IX 

sation. The use of tobacco in any form in the building is 
strictly prohibited. Any one abusing the privileges of the library 
by improper conduct will be denied admission. 

17. The library and reading-room will be open every day from 
two to six o'clock, and from seven to half-past nine o'clock, p.m., 
Sundays and holidays excepted. No books, however, will be 
delivered after eight o'clock p.m., except on Saturday. 



CATALOGUE. 



A 

ABiCLARDUS, or Abailard. See Ab&ard, Pierre. 

Abbeys.' Froude, J. A. Annals of an English abbey v. 3 of 191 5. 16 

Timbs, J. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls of England and Wales. 

[1872.] 226.5 

Not*. See articles Abbey and Abbot in the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 
Set also Monasteries, Westminster abbey. 

Abbot, Ezra. The authorship of the fourth gospel: external evidences. 

Boston, 1880. 8° 1616.31 

Literature of the doctrine of a future life. See Alger, William R. 

Abbot, George, archbishop of Canterbury \ b. 1562, d. 1633. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 3 of 718.9 

Abbot, The : a sequel to The monastery. Scott, Sir W v. 11 of 914.1 

Abbotsforo. Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877. 71430 

Irving, W. Abbotsford. [Account of a visit to Sir Walter Scott, in 

1817.] 972.19 

Note, See a description of Abbotsford in Lockhart's Life of Scott, yoL 7. 

Abbott, A. O. Prison life in the South, 1864-65. With illustrations. New 

York, 1866. 12° 868.15 

Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan. Dictionary of terms and phrases used in 

American or English jurisprudence. Boston, 1879. 2 v. 8° . • R. L. 
Contents. Vol.I. A-K. II. L-Z. 

Judge and jury : explanation of leading topics in the law of the land. 

New York, [1880.] 12 1767.12 

Abbott, Charles, lord Tenterden, lord chief justice of England, b, 1762, d. 

1832. See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices. . . . v. 4 of 715.9 
Abbott, Rev. Edward. History of Cambridge, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. 

History of Middlesex county.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Memorial sketch of Jacob Abbott. See Abbott, J. The young Christian. 1629.30 
Abbott, Edwin. Concordance to the works of Alexander Pope. With an 

introduction by E. A. Abbott. New York, 1875. 8° R.L. 

Abbott, Edwin Abbott How to write clearly: rules and exercises on 

English composition. Boston, 1879. X2 ° 1111.10 

Onesimus : memoirs of a disciple of St. Paul. Boston, 1882. 16 . . 1624.6 
Philochristus : memoirs of a disciple of the Lord. Second edition. 

Boston, 1878. 12 1624.5 

A Shakespearian grammar : differences between Elizabethan and mod- 
ern English. London, 1879. X2 ° 1864.9 



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Abbott, Edwin Abbott, and Seeley, John Robert English lessons for Eng- 
lish people. Boston, 1872. 12 1111.9 

Abbott, Jacob, American divine and author % b. 1803, d. 1879. The August 

stories. August and Elvie. New York, 1873. 16 . . . . 121.22 

Hunter and Tom. New York, N. d. 16 121.23 

The schooner Mary Ann. New York, N. D. 16 121.24 

Granville valley. New York, 1876. 1 6° 121.25 

The Florence stories. Florence and John. [Illustrated.] New York, 

187 1. 16 141.7 

Grimkie. [Illustrated] New York, 187 1. 16 141.8 

Excursion to the Orkney islands. [Illustrated.] N.Y., 1871. 16 141.9 

The English channel. [Illustrated.] New York, 187 1. 16 . . . 141. 10 

Visit to the Isle of Wight. [Illustrated.] New York, 1871. 16 141.11 

Florence's return. [Illustrated.] New York, 187 1. 16 . . . . 141. 12 

Franconia stories. Malleville. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 . 121.4 

Wallace. [Illustrated] New York, n. d. i6° 121.5 

Mary Erskine. [Illustrated] New York, n.d. i6° 121.6 

Mary Bell. [Illustrated] New York, N. d. i6° 12 1.7 

Beechnut [Illustrated.] New York, n.d. i6° 121.8 

Rodolphus. [Illustrated.] New York, n.d. i6° 121.9 

Ellen Linn. [Illustrated] New* York, N. D. 16 121.10 

Stuyvesant [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 121. 11 

Caroline. [Illustrated.] New York, N.D. 16 121. 12 

Agnes. [Illustrated] New York, n.d. 1 6° 121.13 

Gentle measures in the management and training of the young. Illus- 
trations. New York, 1871. 12 1763.21 

Harper's story books. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 12 v. Sq. 16 12 1.3 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Bruno; Willie and the mortgage; The strait gate. 

II. The little Louvre ; Prank ; Emma. 

III. Virginia; Timboo and Joliba; Timboo and Fanny. 

IV. The Harper establishment; Franklin, the apprentice boy; The studio. 
V. The story of ancient history; The story of English history; The 

story of American history. 

VI. John True; Elfred; The museum. 

VII. The engineer; Rambles among the Alps; The three gold dollars. 

VIII. The Gibraltar gallery; The alcove; Dialogues. 

IX. The great elm; Aunt Margaret; Vernon. 

X. Carl and Jocko; Lapstone; Orkney. 

XI. Judge Justin; Minigo; Jasper. 

XII. Congo; Viola; Little Paul. 

History of Alexander the great [Illustrated] New York, N.D. 16 143.1 
History of Alfred of England. [Illustrated] New York, N. D. 16 . 144. 1 
History of Charles I of England. [Illustrated] New York, N. D. 16 144.2 
History of Charles 11 of England. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 144.3 
History of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt [Illustrated.] N. Y., N.D. 16 143.2 
History of Cyrus the great [Illustrated.] New York, n. d. i6° . . 143-3 
History of Darius the great. [Illustrated] New York, N. D. 16 . . 143.4 
History of Genghis Khan. [Illustrated] New York, 1877. 16 . . 143.5 
History of Hannibal the Carthaginian. [Illustrated.] N. Y., 1878. 16 143.6 
History of Julius Csesar. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 . . . 143.7 
History of Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry VI of England. [Illus- 
trated.] New York, n. d. i6° 144.4 

History of Mary, queen of Scots. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 144.5 

History of Nero. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 143.8 



AMES FREE LIBRARY. 



Abbott, Jacob, continued. 

History of Peter the great. [Illustrated] New York, 1878. 1 6° . . 143.12 

History of Pyrrhus. [Illustrated] New York, N. D. 16 143.9 

History of queen Elizabeth. [Illustrated] New York, n. d. i6° . . 144.6 
History of Richard 1 of England [Illustrated] New York, N. D. 16 144.7 
History of Richard II of England. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 144.8 
History of Richard ill of England. [Illustrated.] New York, N.D. 16 144.9 
History of Romulus. [Illustrated.] New York, n. d. i6° .... 143.10 
History of William the conqueror. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 144.10 
History of Xerxes the great [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 . . 143. 11 
Marco Paul's voyages and travels. Marco Paul in New York. [Illus- 
trated.] New York, n.d. 16 141. 1 

Marco Paul on the Erie canal. [Illustrated.] New York, N.D. 16 141.2 

Marco Paul in the forests of Maine. [Illustrated] N. Y., N. D. 16 14 1.3 

Marco Paul in Vermont [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 16 . . 141.4 

Marco Paul in Boston. [Illustrated.] New York, n. d. i6°. . . 141. 5 

Marco Paul at the Springfield armory. [Illustrated.] N. Y., N. D. 16 141. 6 
Rollo's tour in Europe. Rollo on the Atlantic. [Illustrated.] New 

York, 1878. 16 142.3 

Rollo in Paris. [Illustrated] New York, 1878. 16 142.4 

Rollo in Switzerland [Illustrated] New York, 1878. 16 . . 142.5 

Rollo in London. [Illustrated] New York, 1878. 16 . . . . 142.6 

Rollo on the Rhine. [Illustrated] New York, 1879. 16 . . . 142.7 

Rollo in Scotland [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 . . . . 142.8 

Rollo in Geneva. [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 .... 142.9 

Rollo in Holland. [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 .... 142.10 

Rollo in Naples. [Illustrated] New York, 1878. 16 .... 142.11 

Rollo in Rome. [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 142.12 

Science for the young. With engravings. New York, 1872-73. 4 v. 12 137.17 
Content*. VoL I. Heat. II. Light. III. Water and land. IV. Force. 

Stories of Rainbow and Lucky. Handie. [Illustrated.] N. Y., i860. 16 121.14 

Rainbow's journey. [Illustrated.] New York, i860. 16 . . . 1 21. 15 

The three pines. [Illustrated.] New York, i860. 16 . . . . 121. 16 

Selling Lucky. [Illustrated] New York, i860. 16 . . . .. 121. 17 

Up the river. [Illustrated] New York, 1861. 16 121.18 

Young Christian series. The young Christian. With engravings. New 

York, 1877. 12 1629.31 

Same. Memorial edition. With a sketch of the author by one 
of his sons [Edward Abbott]. Illustrated. New York, 

1882. 12 1629.30 

The corner stone. Improved and enlarged. With engravings. 

York, 1872. 12 1629.29 

Not*. Mr. Abbott's Corner stone is reviewed by cardinal Newman in his 
Essays, vol. 1. Set alto Griswold's Prose writers of America. 

Abbott, John Stevens Cabot, American divine and author, b. 1805, d. 1877. 
American pioneers and patriots. Adventures of La Salle and his 

companions. Illustrated. New York, [1875.] I2 ° • • • • 77 2 7 
Captain William Kidd. Illustrated New York, 1877. 1 2° . . 772.12 
Christopher Carson, familiarly known as Kit Carson. With illus- 
trations. New York, 1873. 12 772.5 



CATALOGUE OF THE 



Abbott, John Stevens Cabot American pioneers, etc, continued, 

Daniel Boone, the pioneer of Kentucky. Illustrated. New York, 

1872. 12 772.4 

David Crockett: his life and adventures. Illustrated. New York, 

[1874.] 12° 772.13 

Ferdinand de Soto, the discoverer of the Mississippi. Illustrated. 

New York, [1873.] I2 ° 77 2 -8 

George Washington. Illustrated. New York, [1875.] I2 ° • - • 77 2<I 4 
Life and adventures of John Paul Jones, commonly called Paul 

Jones. Illustrated. New York, [1874.] 12 772.9 

Life of Christopher Columbus. Illustrated. New York, [1875.] I2 ° 77 2 -6 
Miles Standish, captain of the pilgrims. Illustrated. New York, 

[1872.] 12 . 772.11 

Peter Stuyvesant, the last Dutch governor of New Amsterdam. Il- 
lustrated. New York, 1877. 12° 772.10 

The empire of Austria. [1232-1860.] New York, n.d. 8° . . . . 852.21 
The empire of Russia : its rise and present power, [b. c. 500-A. D. 1855.] 

New York, [1872.] 8° 853 27 

The French revolution of 1789. With engravings. N. Y., 1859. L.8° 835.27 
History of Frederick 11, called Frederick the great. With illustrations. 

New York, 187 1. L.8° . . 832.27 

History of Henry IV, king of France and Navarre. With illustrations. 

New York, N. D. 16 145.1 

History of Hernando Cortez. Illustrated. New York, N. D. 16 . . 145.9 
History of Hortense, daughter of Josephine. Illustrated. New York, 

N.D. l6° I45.2 

History of Joseph Bonaparte, king of Naples and of Spain. [Illus- 
trated.] New York, 1869. x ^° '45*3 

History of Josephine. Illustrated. New York, N. D. 16 145.4 

History of Philip, chief of the Wampanoags. Illustrated. New York, 

n.d. 16 144.11 

History of Louis xiv. With illustrations. New York, 187 1. 16 . . 145.5 
History of Louis Philippe. With illustrations. New York, 187 1. 16 145.6 
History of Madame Roland. Illustrated. New York, n. d. i6° . . 145.7 
History of Maine, from the earliest discovery by the Northmen to the 

present time. [996-1874.] Illustrated. [Portrait.] Bost., 1875. 8° 875.17 
History of Maria Antoinette. Illustrated. New York, n.d. 16 . . 145-8 
History of Napoleon Bonaparte. With maps and illustrations. New 

York, N. D. 2 v. L. 8° 739-27 

Contents. Vol. I. 1769-1807. II. 1807-40. 

History of Napoleon hi, emperor of the French. [1808-68.] With 

[portraits and] illustrations. Boston, 1869. 8° 838.7 

Italy, and the war for Italian* independence, [b. c 700-A. D. 187a] New 

York, [1871.] 8° 856.22 

Lives of the presidents of the United States. With portraits and engrav- 
ings. Boston, 1867. 8° 764.18 

Content*. George Washington; John Adams; Thomas Jefferson; James 
Madison; James Monroe; John Quincy Adams; Andrew Jackson; Martin 
Van Buren; William Henry Harrison; John Tyler; James K. Polk; 
Zachary Taylor; Millard Fillmore; Franklin Pierce; James Buchanan; 
Abraham Lincoln ; Andrew Johnson. 



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Abbott, John Stevens Cabot, continued* 

Prussia and the Franco-Prussian war. With biographical sketches of 

king William and Bismarck. [Maps and portraits.] Bost, 1871. 12 8314 

The romance of Spanish history, [b. c 800-A. D. 1868.] With illus- 
trations. New York, 1869. 12 854.14 

Abbott, Lyman. Hints for people that do not read. [Abbott, L., ed. Hints 

for home reading.] 1762.21 

Abbott, Lyman, editor. Hints for home reading : a series of chapters on 

books and their use. With suggestions for home reading. New York, 

1 88a 12 1762.21 

Contents. 




reading, by H. W. Beecher; The art of reading, by H. W. Mabie; The 
choice of books, by E. E. Hale; How to make dull boys read, by J. Cook ; 
How to preserve the results of reading, by J. Cook; Hints for people that 
do not read, by L. Abbott; A symposium, by many contributors; Sug- 
gestions for household libraries, by G. P. Putnam. ' 

Abdallah, or, the four-leaved shamrock. Laboulaye, E. R. L. . . 136.31 ; 958.1 

Abd-el-Malek, or Abd-almaiec, eleventh Arabian caliph, b. 645, d. 705. See 

Irving, W. Mahomet and his successors v. 2 of 759.5 

Abderrahman 1, founder of the house of Omeya, in Spain, b. 731, d. 787. See 

Irving, W. Spanish papers. 972.22 

Abdul Hamid 11, sultan of Turkey, b. 1842. See International portrait 

gallery v. 1 of 719.34 

Abdul Rahaman. See Everett, E. Orations and speeches. . • v. 3 of 1137.28 

A Becket, Thomas. See Thomas a Becket. 

Abelard, or Abailard, Pierre, French philosopher and theologian, b. 1079, 

</. 1142. Brigham, C. H. Abelard and his age. [An essay.] . . 778.13 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 17 12. 19 

Pope, A. Eloisa to Abelard. [A poem.] v. 1 of. 181 7.1 

Wight, O. W. Lives and letters of Abelard and Heloise. 1861. • 737*2 
Wright, T. Abelard and the scholastic philosophy v. 1 of 191 7.1 7 

Note. See Milman's Latin Christianity, vol. 4, Morison's Life of St. Bernard, 

"Jeber " " " 

ages. 



»"• «■*»>»» »»»»*M»»* B  . M ill! W««.U.»MUU»J, TV.. ^, U1VIUUU O M. 

pp. 253-323, Ueberweg's History of philosophy, vol. x, and the histories 
ol the middle ages. See also Fleloise. 



Abercorn, Duke of See Hamilton, James. 

Abercrombie, John, Scotch physician and philosopher, b. 1781, d. 1844. See 

McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] 1713*25 

Abercromby, Sir Ralph, Scotch general, b. 1734, d. 1801. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 8 of 718.9 

Abkrdare, Lord, See Bruce, Henry Austin. 
Abinger, Lord. See Scarlett, James. 

Aboard the Mavis. [A book for young people.] Markham, R 128.22 

Abode, The, of snow. Tour through the upper valleys of the Himalaya 

[in 1875]. Wilson, A 245.10 

Aborigines. See Indians of America. 

About, Edmond Francois Valentin, French novelist and political writer, b. 
1828. Handbook of social economy. Translated from the last 
French edition. London, 1872. 12 1726.5 

The notary's nose. [Also] Uncle and nephew. Translated from the 

French. New York, 1874. 16 [Leisure hour series.] .... 979.1 



CATALOGUE OF THE 



About, Edmond Francis Valentin, continued. 

The story of an honest man. [From the French.] New York, 1881. 8° 95940 
Tolla ; a tale of modern Rome. [From the French.] Boston, 1856. 12 958.20 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 7 x 3-45 

Men of the third republic. 1873 737* x 9 

Above the clouds : a drama. Baker, G. M 1861.17- 

Abraham-a-Sancta-Clara, Augustine friar and preacher, b. 1642, d. 1709. 

See Hedge, F. H. Prose writers of Germany. 1926.37 

See also Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe. 

Abroad again ; or, a fresh foray in foreign lands. Guild, C 223.38 

Absalom and Achitophel. [A poem.] Dryden, J v. 1 of 1816.3 

Abu-Beker, first Arabian caliph, b. 573, d. 634. See Irving, W. Mahomet 

and his successors v. 2 of, 759.5 

Abyssinia. Baker, Sir S. W. Nile tributaries of Abyssinia. [1861-62.] . 322.16 
Hozier, H. M. The British expedition to Abyssinia. [1863-68.] . . 858.20 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878 181 1. 1 

Markham, C. R. History of the Abyssinian expedition. With an ac- 
count of the mission and captivity of Mr. Rassam and his compan- 
ions, by W. F. Prideaux. [1863-68.] 858.18 

Rassam, H. Narrative of the British mission to Theodore, king of 

Abyssinia. [1864-68.] 858.21 

Stanley, H. M. Magdala. [British campaign in Abyssinia, 1867-68.] . 324.35 
See also Africa, Egypt, Nile. 

Acadia ; or, a month with the blue noses. Cozzens, F. S 328.16 

See also Nova Scotia. 

Accidentally overheard. [A story.] Scudder, H. £. . 977^5 

Accidents. Adams, C. F., jr. Notes on railroad accidents. 1879. • • I 759- I ° 
Dulles, C. W. What to do first in accidents or poisoning. 1880. • . 663.3 

Howe, J. W. Emergencies and how to treat them. 1877 663.25 

Acharnians, The : a comedy. Aristophanes v. 1 of 1856.9 

Achsah : a New-England life study. Round, W. M. F 977-3 * 

Acids. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876 v. 1 of 673.4 

Church, A. H. Acids, alkalies, soap, etc 1877 v. 4 of 673.5 

See also Wagner's Chemical technology. 

Ackland, Christina Harriet Caroline, lady. See Thacher, J. Military jour- 
nal during the revolutionary war 866.27 

Note. See Madam Riedesel's Letters and journals, and Lossing's Life of 
Schuyler, vol. a. 

Acoustics. See Sound. 

Acre, Syria. See Porter, W. History of the knights of Malta. . v. 1 of 1729.25 
See also Crusades, Saracens, and Robson's Great sieges of history. 

Across Africa. Cameron, V. L. 322.2 

Across America and Asia. Pumpelly, R 217.6 

Across the continent [in 1865]. Bowles, S 329*14 

Across Patagonia. Dixie, Lady Florence 338.22 

Acton, Mass. Wood, F. P. History of Acton. [1735— 1879.] • • -v. 1 of 878.26 
Actors and acting. Brown, T. A. History of the American stage, 1733 

to 1870 1869.27 



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Actors and acting, continued, 

Clapp, W. W. Record of the Boston stage. 1853 1869.9 

Doran, J. " Their majesties' servants." Betterton to Kean. 1880. . 1869.32 

Fitzgerald, P. Actors past and present. 1870. 1869.40 

Romance of the English stage. 1874 1869.39 

Hazlitt, W. On actors and acting. [An essay.] 1914.26 

Hunt, J. H. L. Recollections of old actors 1914.13 

Hutton, L., ed, American actor series. See Hutton. 

Lewes, G. H. On actors and the art of acting. 1880 1869.19 

Rede, W. L» The guide to the stage v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

Note. See lives of the elder and younger Booth, Charlotte Cushman, 
Forrest, Garrick, the Teficrsons, Kean, the Kcmbles, Macready, Mathews, 
and Mrs. Siddons. See alto Drama, Stage. 

Acts of the apostles. See Bible. 

Ad clerum : advices to a young preacher. Parker, J 1662.10 

Ad fidem ; or parish evidences of the Bible. Burr, E. F 1614.22 

Adair, R. A. Shafto. The national defences. [Cambridge essays, 1858.] 

v. 4 of 1917*23 
Adalbert, bishop of Prague, b, 939, d. 997. See Maclear, G. F. Apostles 

of mediaeval Europe 759* 2 

Adam, Alexander. * Roman antiquities. Revised by P. Wilson. New 

York, 1819. 8° 819.16 

Adam and Eve. A novel. Parr, Louisa. 939*73 

Adam Bede. [A novel.] Cross, Marj Ann. v. 1 of 936.15 

Adam Graeme of Mossgray. [A novel.] Oliphant, Margaret, O. W. . . 933.14 
Adams, Abigail, wife of John Adams % b, 1744, d. 18 18. Familiar letters 

during the revolution. See Adams, John 766.8 

Adams, C. F. Memoir of Mrs. Adams. 1876. 766^8 

Holloway, L. C. Ladies of the White house. 188 1 764.11 

Adams, Andrew Leith. Field and forest rambles, with notes on the natural 
history of eastern Canada. [Maps and illustrations.] London, 

1873- 8° 445.16 

Notes of a naturalist in the Nile valley and Malta. [With map and 

illustrations.] Edinburgh, 187a 8° 445*9 

Wanderings of a naturalist in India, the western Himalayas, and Cash- 
mere. Edinburgh, 1867. 8° 445*10 

Adams, Arthur. Travels of a naturalist in Japan and Manchuria. Lon- 
don, 187a 8° 445*14 

Adams, Charles Francis, American statesman, b, 1807. Address on the 
life, character, and services of William H. Seward. New York, 

1873. 8 ° 776.12 

The earl of Chesterfield. [Rice, A. T., ed. Essays from the North 

American review.] • . . . 1939*39 

Life of John Adams. See Adams, John Quincy. 

Welles, G. Lincoln and Seward. Remarks upon the memorial ad- 
dress of C. F. Adams, on the late William H. Seward. 1S74. . . 774*15 
Adams, Charles Francis, jr. The canal and railroad enterprise of Boston. 

[Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

The earliest explorations and settlement of Boston harbor. [Winsor, 

J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 1 of 878.20 



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Adams, Charles Francis, jr., continued. 

The new departure in the common schools of Quincy, and other papers 

on educational topics. Sixth edition. Boston, 1881. 8° . . . . 1763.39 

• 

Contents, The public library and the public schools; Fiction in public libra- 
ries and educational catalogues ; New departure in the common schools of 
Quincy ; The development of die superintendency. 

Notes on railroad accidents. New York, 1879. 12 1759- I0 

Railroads : their origin and problems. New York, 1879. 12 . . . 1759.8 
Adams, Charles Francis, /r., and Henry. Chapters of Erie, and other 

essays. Boston, 1871. 12 . . 1759-9 

Contents. 

Adams, C. F., jr. A chapter of Erie; An Erie raid; The railroad sys- 
tem. 

Adams, H. The New York gold conspiracy; Captain John Smith; The 
bank of England restriction ; British finance in 1816. 

Walker, F. A. t and Adams, H. The legal-tender act. 

Adams, Charles Kendall. Democracy and monarchy in France, 1 789-1870. 

New York, 1874. 8° 1747-25 

The University of Michigan. [Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., eds. 

The college book.] •1764.43 

Adams, Henry. Chapters of Erie, and other essays. See Adams, Charles 

Francis, jr. 

Life of Albert Gallatin. [With portrait.] Philadelphia, 1880. 8° . . 768.29 

Adams, Henry C. College days at Oxford. With illustrations. New 

York, [1880.] 12 116.1 

The Winborough boys. With illustrations. London, 1872. 12 . . 116.2 

Wroxby college. A tale of boy life. With illustrations. London, 

1874. 12 116.3 

Adams, Henry G. Beautiful shells; with directions for collecting, cleaning, 

and arranging them. [Coloured plates and woodcuts.] London, 

[1871.] 12 442.10 

Nests and eggs of familiar birds. With coloured plates. London, 

1871. 12° 438.10 

Adams, John, American statesman, 2d president of the United States , b. 1735, 

d. 1826. Works. With a life of the author, notes and illustrations, 

by C. F. Adams. [Portraits.] Boston, 1851-65. 10 v. 8° . . . 1 135.4 

Content*. 

Vol. I. The family of Adams; Life, by C. F. Adams. 

II. Diary, 1755-771 with passages from an autobiography; Notes of 
debates in the Continental congress, 1775-76; Autobiography. 
III. Autobiography, continued; Diary, 1778-96; Essays and con- 
troversial papers of the revolution: On private revenge; On 
self-delusion; Dissertation on the canon and the feudal law; 



176 



Instructions of the town of Brain tree to their r e pre s entative, 

\ Winthrop to 
v. Bradford; Instructions of the town of Boston to their 
representatives, 1768; On the independence of the judiciary. 
IV. Controversial papers of the revolution, continued : Novanglus, 
a history of the dispute with America; Works on government: 
Thoughts on government; Report of a constitution for Massa- 
chusetts; Defence of the constitution of the United States. 
V. Works on government: Defence of the constitution, continued. 
VI. Works on government: Defence of the constitution, continued,* 
Discourses on Davila; Four letters on government; Three 
letters on the constitution of the United States; Letters to 
John Taylor in reply to his strictures on the Defence; Re- 
view of Mr. Hillhousc's propositions for amending the con- 
stitution. 
VII.-VIII. Official letters, messages, and public papers, 1777-1801. 

IX. Official letters, messages, and public papers, continued ; Corre- 
spondence originally published in the Boston patriot; General 
correspondence, 1770-18x1. 
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Adams, John, continued. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Lives of the presidents of the United States. 1867. • 764*18 

Adams, J. Q. and C. F. Life of John Adams. 1874. 766.3 

Magoon, E. L. Orators of the American revolution. 1873 ' 764.2 

Parker, T. Historic Americans. 187 1 763-35 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7 I 9- I 7 

Note. The memoir by J. Q. and C. F. Adams is authoritative. Consult also 
Adams's diary ana autobiography in his works, vol. x, and the biographies 
of his contemporaries. Accounts of his administration are found in 
Hildreth's History, vol. 4-5, Bryant and Gay, vol. 4, and Schouler's 
United States, vol. 1. S«e also Lossing's Signers, Everett's Orations, 
vol. x, and Webster's Speeches. 

Adams, John and Abigail. Familiar letters during the revolution. With a 
memoir of Mrs. Adams, by C. F. Adams. [Portrait] New York, 
1876. 12 766.8 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 

Adams, John Quincy, American statesman, 6th president of the United States, 
p. 1767, d. 1848. Lectures on rhetoric and oratory. Cambridge, 
1810. 2 v. 8° 1234.44 

Lives of James Madison and James Monroe. [Portraits.] Buffalo, 

185a 12 768.10 

Memoirs, comprising portions of his diary, from 1795 to 1848. Edited 

byC. F.Adams. [With portraits] Phila., 1874-77. 12 v. 8° . 1 135.9 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Birth and Education; Mission to Holland; Mission to Great 
Britain; Appointment to Portugal; Marriage, and the mission 
to Prussia; Senate of Massachusetts; Senate of the United 
States. 1767-1809. 
II. Mission to Russia; The mediation; The negotiation for peace. 
1809-14. 

III. Negotiation for peace; Paris in the hundred days; The mission 

to Great Britain. 18x4-17. 

IV. Department of state. 1817-40. 
V. Department of state. 1820-22. 

VI. Department of state; The presidency. 1833-95. 
VII. The presidency. 1835-38. 
VIII. The presidency; The last two years of leisure; The twenty- 
second congress; The twenty-third congress. 1838-33. 
The twenty-third congress; The twenty-fourth congress; The 



IX. The twenty-third congress; The twenty-fourth congress; The 
twenty-fifth congress. 1833-38. 
X. The twenty-fifth congress; The twenty-sixth congress ; The 



twenty-seventh congress. 1838-41. 

XI. The twenty-seventh congress; The twenty-eighth congress. 

1841-44. 

XII. The twenty-eighth congress; The twenty-ninth congress; Pos- 

thumous memoir. 1844-48. Index. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Lives of the presidents of the United States. 1867. . 764.18 

Everett, E. Eulogy on John Quincy Adams. . 1848 v. 2 of 1137.28 

Morse, J. F., jr. John Quincy Adams. [A biography.] 763.6 

Quincy, J. Memoir of John Quincy Adams. 1858 766 32 

Note. See reviews of Adams's administration in Hildreth, vol. 6, and in 
Bryant and Gay, vol. 4. 

Adams, John Quincy and Charles Francis. Life of John Adams. Revised 

and corrected. Philadelphia, 1874. 2 v. in 1. 12 766.3 

Adams, Mrs. Leith. Madelon Lemoine. A novel. Philadelphia, 1879. I2 ° 934* 2 4 

Winstowe. A novel. New York, 1877. 8° 939-36 

Adams, Louisa Catharine, wife of John Q. Adams, b. 1775, d* 1852. See Hol- 

loway, L. C. Ladies of the White house 764.11 

Adams, Nehemiah, DJ). A south-side view of slavery. Boston, 1854. ia° 1748.14 



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Adams, Robert C. On board the " Rocket" [Illustrated ] Boston, [cop. 

1879.] I2 ° 125.24 

Adams, Samuel, American statesman, b. 1722, d. 1803. Magoon, E. L. 

Orators of the American revolution. 1873 764.2 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7 I 9»*7 

Wells, W. V. Life and public services of Samuel Adams. 1865. . • 766.20 

Note. The life by Wells is the most important. See Bancroft's United 
States, vol. 5-8. 

Adams, Sarah B. Amy and Marion's voyage around the world. [Illustrated.] 

Boston, [cop. 1878.] 12 132.31 

Adams, Thomas, English merchant ^b. 1807. *SVv?Japp, A. H. Noble workers. 711.22 
Adams, William Davenport Dictionary of English literature. London, 

[1880.] 12° R.L. 

Adams, William Henry Davenport. Alpine adventure. [1844-74.] Illus- 
trated. London, 1878. 12 233.14 

Beneath the surface. [With illustrations.] London, 1876. 12° . . . 425.12 

The Eastern archipelago. With illustrations and a map. London, 1880. 

12 344-" 

The forest, the jungle, and the prairie. [Illustrated.] London, N.D. 16 126.10 

Great rivers of the world. The Amazon and its wonders. With illus- 
trations. London, 1879. 16 337*6 

The land of the Nile ; or, Egypt past and present. With engravings. 

Boston, 1871. 12 322.8 

Lighthouses and lightships. New edition, revised [and illustrated]. 

London, 1878. 12 524.23 

Pompeii and Herculaneum, the buried cities of Campania. With engrav- 
ings. London, 1881. 12 315.1 

The queen of the Adriatic ; or, Venice past and present [Illustrated.] 

London, 1869. I2 ° 235.2 

Records of noble lives. London, N.D. 12° 7"* 17 

Content*. Sir Philip Sidney; Francis Bacon, lord Verulam: Robert Blake; 
George Monk, duke of Albemarle; William Penn; Robert O'Hara Burke; 
William John Wills. 

Scenes with the hunter and the trapper. [Illustrated.] London, N.D. 16 1 26.11 
The secret of success, or, how to get on in the world. N. Y M 1879. 12 1718.38 
Temples, tombs, and monuments of ancient Greece and Rome. With 

engravings. Boston, 1871. 12 817.5 

Topography and history of the Rhine valley. See Hozier, II. M. The 

Franco-Prussian war v. 2 of 839.25 

Adams, William Taylor. {Oliver Optic.) Army and navy series. The sol- 
dier boy. [Illustrated.] Boston, N.D. 16 122.13 

The sailor boy. [Illustrated.] Boston, N.D. 16 122.14 

The young lieutenant. [Illustrated.] Boston, N.D. 16 . . . . 122.15 

The Yankee middy. [Illustrated.] Boston, n. d. i6° .... 122.16 

Fighting Joe. [Illustrated.] Boston, N.D. 16 122.17 

Brave old salt. [Illustrated.] Boston, N. D. 16 122.18 

Boat club series. The boat club. Boston, N.D. 16 122.1 

All aboard. Boston, n.d. i6° 122.2 

Now or never. Boston, n. d. i6° 122.3 

Little by little. Boston, n.d. i6° 122.4 



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Adams, William Taylor. Boat club series, continued. 

Try again. Boston, N. D. i6° 122.5 

Poor and proud. Boston, N. D. 16 122.6 

The Woodville stories. Rich and humble. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. 

16 122.7 

In school and out [Illustrated] Boston, 1875. l &° I22#8 

Watch and wait [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. l6 ° I22 -9 

Work and win. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. I ^° 122.10 

Hope and have. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. 16 1 22.11 

Haste and waste. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. *6° 122.12 

Adamson, Robert Fichte. Philadelphia, 1881. 12 . [Knight, W., ed. 

Philosophical classics.] 74M 

Addison, Joseph, English poet and essayist, b. 1672, d. 17 19. Cato : a tragedy. 

[Modern British drama.] v. 1 of 1859.9 

The drummer : a comedy. [Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

The Tatler. See Steele, Sir Richard. 

Westminster abbey. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . v. 2 of 968.29 

Works. With notes by R. Hurd. New edition, with large additions, 
collected and edited by H. G. Bohn. [With portrait] London, 
1877-78. 6v. 12° 1122.6 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Poems on several occasions ; Rosamond, an opera; Ovid's Meta- 
morphoses, books 9-3; An essay on Virgil's Georgics; Cato, a 
tragedy; Foemata; Dialogues upon the usefulness of ancient 
medals; Remarks on several parts of Italy, 1701-3. 
II. The Tatler; The Spectator. 

III. The Spectator. 

IV. The Spectator; The Guardian; The Lover; The present state 

of the war; Trial and conviction of Count Tariff; The Whig- 
examiner; The Freeholder. 
V. The Freeholder; On the Christian religion; The drummer, a 

comedy; Discourse on learning; Letters. 
VI. Letters; Miscellanies and gleanings; Translations of Addison's 
Latin poems; Addison's Latin prose; Official documents; Ad- 
dis PH' a np . 

Aikin, L. Life of Joseph Addison. 1845. 726.14 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . . v. 2 of 714.37 ; v. 1 of 1 122. 17 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 5 of 1915.13 

Thackeray, W. M. The English humourists of the 18th century, v. 23 of 915.1 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 *939-37 

Note. Macaulay 's essay reviews and corrects Miss Aikin's biography. 
Much biographical material will be found in Addison's letters, in the lives 
of Pope, and the letters of Swift and other contemporaries. See Ward's 
English poets, vol. 3, and Tainc's English literature, vol. a, and for further 
criticisms, consult Allibone. 

Addison, Joseph, and Steele, Sir Richard. The Guardian. [British essay- 
ists.] v. 13-15 of 191 1. 5 

The Spectator. [British essayists.] v. 5-12 of 191 1.5 

Addresses and sermons [1872-77]. Stanley, A. P., dean of West- 
minster. 1649.20 

Addresses and sermons delivered during a visit to the United States, 

1878. Stanley, A. P., dean of Westminster. 1649.21 

Adela Cathcart. [A novel.] MacDonald, G 927-19 

A dele; a tale. Kavanagh, Julia. 943 12 



12 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Adeler, Max, pseud. See Clark, Charles Heber. 

Adelgitha : a tragedy. Lewis, M. G v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

Adelicia of Louvaine, 2d queen of Henry I,d. 1 151. See Strickland, A. 

Lives of the queens of England. v. 1 of 717.5 

Adeline Mowbray. [A novel.] Opie, Amelia. v. 1 of 94946 

Adelphi : a comedy. Terentius Afer, P 1856.17 

Adirondack mountains, N. Y. De Costa, B. F. Lake George : with some 

account of the Adirondacks. [187 1.] . . . 332.12 

Headley, J. T. The Adirondack ; or, life in the woods. 1875. * * • 33 2 »33 
Lossing, B. J. The Hudson, from the wilderness to the sea. [1866.] . 332.47 
Northrup, A. J. Camps and tramps in the Adirondacks. [1880.] . . 332.11 

Stoddard, S. R. The Adirondacks. x88o 332*15 

Street, A. J. The Indian pass [and Mount Marcy]. 1869 33 2 -i7 

Warner, C. D. In the wilderness. 1879 1946.12 

Adirondack stories. Deming, P 977*2 

Adler, Georg J. Dictionary of the German and English languages ; com- 
piled from the works of Hilpert, Fliigel, and others. New York, 1879. 

L.8° . . . R.L. 

Admirals. Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals. 1873 716.8 

DeLiefde, J. The great Dutch admirals. [1 595-1691.] I47«*7 

Edgar, J. G. Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 147.9 

See also England and United States, Naval history. 

Adriatic. Adams, W. H. D. The queen of the Adriatic. 1869. . . . 235.2 
Freeman, E. A. Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of 

Venice. 1881 2 35*9 

Paton, A. A. Highlands and islands of the Adriatic. 1849. • • • • 237.37 

A dri en ne, the actress: a drama. Oxenford, J v. 26-27 of 1857.3 

Adrift in the ice-fields. Hall, C. W 114.5 

Adulterations of food. Atcherley, R. J 669.8 

Note. See Dr. Letheby's article on Adulterations in the Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica, vol. x. 

Adventure in the North-west territory. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9-10 of 911.1 

Adventurer, The. Hawkesworth, J., and others. v. 19-21 of 191 1.5 

Adventures in Texas. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 5-6 of 911. 1 

Adventures in the Apache country. Browne, J. R. 335* ! 8 

Adventures of a brownie. Craik, Dinah M 136.7 

Adventures of a consul abroad. Monti, L. 977-9 

Adventures of a protestant in search of a religion. Iota. 923.15 

Adventures of a young naturalist Biart, L. 138.22 

Adventures of Caleb Williams. [A novel.] Qodwin, W 9 2 9-33 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in* the Rocky mountains. 

Irving, W 972.17 

Adventures of Captain Hatteras. Verne, J 959*3; 959* n 

Adventures of Gil Bias of Santillane. Le Sage, A. R 958.27 ; 959.29 

Adventures of Joseph Andrews. Fielding, H 912.19 

Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green. Bradley, E 11 5.5 

Adventures of Philip. Thackeray, W. M v. 10-11 of 91 5.1 

Adventures of Rob Roy. Grant, J 921.12 

Adventures of Roderick Random. Smollett, T 912.16 

Adventures of Telemachus. Flnelon, F. de S. de La Mothe 959*36 



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Adventures on the great hunting grounds of the world. Meunier, V. . . 524.20 
Advocate's wedding-day, The. [A tale.] Crowe, Catherine. . . . v. 4 of 968.29 
jEmilius Paulus, Lucius, Roman general and consul, d. B.C. 160. See Plu- 

tarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 2 of 743.28 

jEneid, The. See Virgilius Maro, Publius. 

Aerial world, The : phenomena and life of the atmosphere. Hartwig, G. 429.22 

Aeronautics. Glaisher, J., Flammarion, C, Fonvielle, W. de, and Tissan- 

dier, G. Travels in the air. 187 1 429*34 

Hunt, J. H. L. A day by the fire, and other papers. 1914.11 

Marion, F. Wonderful balloon ascents : a history of balloons and 

balloon voyages. 1874. 524.10 

Pettigrew, J. B. Animal locomotion, with a dissertation on aeronautics. 

1874 5268 

Note. See Flammarion's Atmosphere, pp. 85-103, and Glauber's Aeronautics 
in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. z. See also Verne's Five weeks in 
a balloon. 

jEschylus, Greek tragic poet, b. b. c. 525, d. 456. Tragedies. A new trans- 
lation, with a biographical essay, by £. H. Plumptre. London, 

1873. I2 ° 1856.5 

Content*. Life of jEschylos; The Persians; The seven who fought against 
Thebes; Prometheus bound; The suppliants; Agamemnon; Choephori. 
or the libation-pourers; Eumenides; Fragments; Appendix of rhymed 
choruses. 

Copleston, R. S., bishop of Colombo. iEschylus. 1879. 1855.23 

Mahaffy, J. P. History of classical Greek literature. 1880.. . v. 1 of 11 16.27 
Symonds, J. A. Studies of the Greek poets v. 1 of 1925.4 

Note. See Mueller's Ancient Greece, vol. z, Schlegel's Dramatic art, Don- 
aldson's Theatre of the Greeks, and Felton's Greece. Also Coleridge's 
essay on Prometheus bound, and Mrs. Browning's Poems, vol. x. 

jEsop : a comedy. Vanbrugh, Sir J 1868.24 

jEsopus, Greek fabulist, b. B. C. 620 ? d. 564. Fables. Literally translated 
from the Greek by G. F. Townsend. [With a history of fables, and life 
of the author.] Illustrations by H. Weir. London, [1878.] 12° . . 1849.17 
^Esthetics. Blackie, J. S. On beauty : three discourses. With an expo- 
sition of the doctrine of the beautiful according to Plato. 1858. . 611.11 
Burke, £. Philosophical inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sub- 
lime and beautiful, with an introductory discourse concerning taste. 

v. 1 of 1 1 27.9 
Cope, E. M. Taste for the picturesque among the Greeks. . . v. 2 of 1917.23 

Cousin, V. The true, the beautiful, and the good. 1879. 17177 

Day, H. N. Science of aesthetics. 1872 61 1.6 

Hall, G. S. Is aesthetics a science ? 1881 171 3*8 

Hand, F. G. ./Esthetics of musical art ; or, the beautiful in music. 1880. 623.29 

Hazlitt, W. On taste. [An essay.] 1914.27 

Ruskin, J. The true and beautiful in nature, art, morals, and religion. 

1879 611.9 

Schiller, J. C. F. von. The aesthetical education of man ; The moral 
utility of aesthetic manners ; On the sublime ; On the pathetic ; On 

grace and dignity ; Use of beauty of form. [Essays.] 1929.12 

Schlegel, K. W. F. von. On the limits of the beautiful 1 138.7 

Spencer, H. Essays : moral, political, and aesthetic 1916.20 

Use and beauty. [An essay.] 1726.15 



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^Esthetics, continued. 

Vlron, E. ./Esthetics. 1879 611. 14 

Winchell, A. The beautiful. [An essay.] . 426.10 

Note. See an essay on Comparative aesthetics in the Contemporary review, 
vol. 38. 

iETHiOP, The : a romantic play. Dimond, W v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

jEtna, or Etna, Aft. Alpine club. Peaks, passes, and glaciers. [Hardy's 

ascent of iEtna.] 233.29 

Proctor, R. A. Etna. [An essay.] 417.2 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. . . . v. 2 of 223.20 

Unprotected females in Sicily, and on the top of Mount iEtna. 1859. . 234.18 
Afghanistan. Alison, Sir A. The Affghanistaun expedition. [1840.] .191945 
Bellew, H. W. Journal of a political mission to Afghanistan, in 1857 ; 

with an account of the country and people 244.18 

Hensman, H. The Afghan war of 1879-80. 188 1 857.30 

Morris. M. The first Afghan war. [1838-42.] 857.4 

Oilier, E. Cassell's illustrated history of the Russo-Turkish war. 

With a history of the Afghan war. [1839-79.] 859.19 

Seaton, Sir T. From cadet to colonel. [War in Afghanistan, 1841-42.] 245.7 

Note. See the histories of India, and Yule's article on Afghanistan in the 
Encyclopedia Britannica, vol. 1. 

Afloat and ashore. A sea tale. Cooper, J. F. 973-1 

Afraja : or, life and love in Norway. Muegge, T 952.21 

Africa. Andersson, C. J. Lake Ngami ; explorations and discoveries in 

south-western Africa. [1850-54.] 324*11 

Notes of travel in south-western Africa. [1864-67.] 324.18 

Baker, Sir S. W. The Albert N'yanza, and explorations of the Nile 

sources. [1861-66.] 322.17 

Ismail 1a : narrative of the expedition to central Africa for the sup- 
pression of the slave trade. [1869-73.] 322.18 

Baldwin, J. D. Pre-historic nations. 1877 433- I2 

Baldwin, W. C. African hunting from Natal to the Zambesi. 1852-60. 324.12 

Barker, M. A., lady. A year's housekeeping in south Africa. [1875-76.] 324.6 
Barth, H. Travels and discoveries in north and central Africa. 

1849-S5 3 2 5- 2 <> 

Burton, R. F. The lake regions of central Africa. [1857-59.] . . . 325.28 

Cameron, V. L. Across Africa. [1872-76.] 322.2 

Chambers's papers for the people. The deserts of Africa. . .* v. 5 of 1232.15 

Colenso, F. E. History of the Zulu war and its origin. [1879.] * • • 858*23 

Cumming, R. G. Five years of a hunter's life in south Africa. [ 1843-48.] 324. x 5 

Cunynghame, Sir A. T. My command in south Africa. 1874-78. . . 325.12 

Devereux, W. C. A cruise in the "Gorgon;" eighteen months on 

H. M. S. " Gorgon," engaged in the suppression of the slave trade 

on the east coast of Africa. [1861-63.] 324*22 

Du Chaillu, P. B. The country of the dwarfs. [1863.] 126.31 

Journey to Ashangoland : equatorial Africa. [1863.] 325.18 

Lost in the jungle. [1868.] . 126.32 

My Apingi kingdom: wild life in the great Sahara. [1870.] . . . 126.33 

Stories of the gorilla country. [1867.] 126.34 

Wild life under the equator. [1869.] 126.35 



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Africa, continued, 

Everett, E. The colonization and civilization of Africa . . . v. i of 1137*28 

Colonization of Africa. With a notice of Abdul Rahaman. v. 3 of 1137.28 
Gillmore, P. The great thirst land : a ride through Natal, Transvaal, 

etc. [1875-76.] 3 2 4-26 

Goodrich, S. G. History of all nations, from the earliest periods to 

1852 v. 2 of 819.42 

Harris, W. C. The wild sports of southern Africa. [1836-38.] . . . 324.39 
Heeren, A. H. L. Politics, intercourse, and trade of the African nations. 

v. 4 of 813.16 

Holub, E. Seven years in south Africa. [1872-79.] 1881 325.11 

Johnston, K. Africa, 1878. [Stanford's Compendium of geography and 

travel.] 212.3 

Kingston, W. H. G. Great African travellers from Mungo Park to 

Livingstone and Stanley. [1795-1872.] 324.9 

Livingstone, D. Last journals in central Africa. 1865-73 3 2 5-6 

Missionary travels and researches in south Africa. [1840-56.] . . 325.22 

Livingstone, D. and C. Expedition to the Zambesi. 1858-64. . . . 325.21 

Longfellow, H. W., cd. Poems of places. 1878 181 1.1 

Mohr, E. The Victoria falls of the Zambesi. [Natal to the Victoria 

falls.] 1868-70. 325.9 

Pinto, A. de Serpa. How I crossed Africa: discovery of the great 

Zambesi affluents, etc. [1877-79.] 324.33 

Schweinfurth, G. The heart of Africa. 1868-71 325.25 

Speke, J. H. Journal of the discovery of the source of the Nile. [1859- 

63] 32329 

Stanley, H. M. Coomassie and Magdala : the story of two British cam- 
paigns in Africa. [1867-74.] 3 2 4-35 

How I found Livingstone. [1871-72.] 324*31 

Through the dark continent : the sources of the Nile, around the 
great lakes of equatorial Africa, and down the Livingstone 

river [Congo] to the Atlantic ocean. 1 1874-77.] 324*32 

Swainson, W. Birds of western Africa ' v. 11-12 of 522.5 

Taylor, B. Journey to central Africa. 1851-53 324.4 

Lake regions of central Africa. [1854-72.] 322.13 

Travels in south Africa. [1817-71.] 322.15 

Verne, J. The great explorers of the nineteenth century. 1881. . . 215.12 
Wood, J. G. Natural history of man: manners and customs of the 

uncivilized races. . ._ . v. 1 of 439.11 




^ The article on Africa in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. z, is by 
Keith Johnston. 

After dark, and other stories. Collins, W. Wilkie 924.19 

After death in Arabia. [A poem.] Arnold, £ 1825.26 

After icebergs with a painter : a summer voyage to Labrador and around 

Newfoundland. [1859.] Noble, L. L. 328.39 

After many days. A novel. Fisher, Frances C 969.79 

After the ball. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia. v. 3 of 949.46 

Aftermath. Longfellow, H. W 1836.27 



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Against wind and tide. [A novel.] Parr, Harriet "... 935.34 

Agamemnon : a tragedy. jEschylus 1856.5 

Agassiz, Elizabeth C. A journey in Brazil. See Agassiz, Louis J. R. 
Agassiz, Louis J. R., naturalist, b. 1807, d. 1873. Contributions to the natu- 
ral history of the United States. [With plates.] Boston, 1857-62. 
4v. F° 429.60 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Essay on classification; North American testudinata. 

II. Embryology of the turtle, with thirty-four plates. 

III. Acalephs in general; Ctenophorae. 

IV. Discophoree; Hydroidse; Homologies of the radiata, with forty- 

six plates. 

Geological sketches. First and second series. [Portrait and illustra- 
tions.] Boston, 1866-76. 2 v. 12° 425.ro 

Contents. 

Vol. I. America the old world; The Silurian beach; Fern forests of the 
carboniferous period; Mountains and their origin; The growth 
of continents; The geological middle age; The tertiary age; 
Formation of glaciers; Internal structure and progression of 
glaciers; External appearance of glaciers. 
II. Glacial period; Parallel roads of Glen Roy in Scotland; Ice 
period in America; Glacial phenomena in Maine; Physical 
History of the valley of the Amazons. 

Memoir of Hugh Miller. See Miller, H. Footprints of the Creator. . 426.16 

Methods of study in natural history. Boston, 1878. 1 2° 435. 1 3 

Scientific results of a journey in Brazil. See Hartt, C. F. 

The structure of animal life. [Graham lectures.] Third edition. 

[Illustrated.] New York, 1874. 8° 43642 

Whipple, £. P. Character and characteristic men. 1877 '93^9 

Winthrop, R. C. Addresses and speeches. 1869-79 1137*26 

NoU. m See poems on Agassis by Whittier, Holmes, and J. T. Fields, and a 
biographical sketch m the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 1. 

Agassiz, Louis J. R. and Elizabeth C. A journey in Brazil. [1865-66.] 

[With illustrations.] Boston, 1879. 8° 337*33 

Agatha. [A poem.] Cross, Mary Ann. 1827.15 

Agatha's husband. A novel. Craik, Dinah M 938*1 

Age of bronze. [A poem.] Byron, G. G. N., /or*/. v. 2 of 1815.6 

Age of chivalry. Bui finch, T 1729.15 

Age of fable ; or, beauties of mythology. Bui finch, T. 1665.9 

Age of homespun. [A secular sermon.] Bushnell, H v. 1 of 1937.31 

Age of the Antonines. Capes, W. W 861.34 

Agksilaus 11, king of Sparta, b. b. c. 444, d. 361. Plutarchus. Lives [of 

ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 4 of 743.28 

Sankey, C. Spartan and Theban supremacies. 1877 861.28 

Agincourt. A romance. James, G. P R 913.1 

Agis IV, king of Sparta, d. B. c. 240. See Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient 

Greeks and Romans] . v. 4 of 743.28 

Agnes. A Franconia story. Abbott, J 1 21.13 

Agnes Lee. A tale. Collins, W. Wilkie 924*4 

Agnes of Sorrento. Stowe, Harriet E. B 967*21 

Agnolo, Baccio d\ Florentine architect, 6. 1460, d. 1543. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 3 of 714.18 

Agnolo di Francesco, Andrea d', called Andrea del Sarto, Florentine painter, 

b. 1488, d. 153a Jameson, A. M. Early Italian painters. 1874. • 714.27 



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Agnolo di Francesco, Andrea d\ continued. 

Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714*12 

Scott, L. Andrea del Sarto. [With a list of his works.] 1881. . . . 712.16 
Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . . v. 3 of 714.18 

Note. Consult also Crowe and Cavalcaselle's History of painting, Jarves's 
Art studies, and Kugler's Italian schools, vol. a. 

Mr. Scott says, " It is by mistake that this painter has been called 
Vannucchi." 

Agnolo di Ventura, of Siena, sculptor and architect, d. 1350 ? Perkins, C. C. 

Tuscan sculptors v. 1 of *6 19.40 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . . v. 1 of 714.18 
Agostino di Giovanni, of Siena, sculptor and architect d. 1348? Perkins, 

C. C. Tuscan sculptors. v. 1 of *6 19.40 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 
Agricola, Cnaeus Julius, Roman general, b. A. D. 37, d. 93. Tacitus, C. C. 

Life of Agricola. v. 2 of 1847.9 

Agriculture. American agriculturist, v. 1-40. 1842-81 1431-1 

American farmer's hand-book. 1880 664.39 

Darlington, W. American weeds and useful plants. [Agricultural 

botany.] 1879. 665.12 

Downing, A. J. Rural essays. 1881 , 667.59 

Emerson, R. W. Farming. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1 131. 13 

Flint, C. L. Grasses and forage plants. A practical treatise, compris- 
ing their natural history, etc., and the management of grass 

lands. 1864. * 665.27 

Milch cows and dairy farming. With a treatise upon the dairy 
husbandry of Holland, and Horsfall's system of dairy manage- 
ment i860 664.32 

Greeley, H. What I know of farming. 187 1 664.9 

Hazard, G. S. Quality of cereal products. [Paris exposition, 1867.] 

v. 5 of 1555.7 

Johnson, S. W. How crops feed. 1880 664.17 

How crops grow. 1879. 664.16 

Johnston, J. F. W. Elements of agricultural chemistry and geology. • 664.19 

Lectures on the applications of chemistry and geology to agriculture. 664.20 
Knight, £. H. Agricultural implements. [Paris exposition, 1878.] 

• v. 5 of 1555.12 

Liebig, J. von. Principles of agricultural chemistry. 1855. .... 664.11 

Loring, G. B. The farm-yard club of Jotham. 1876 664.35 

Treatise on agriculture and the horse. 1876. 66840 

Loudon, J. C. Encyclopaedia of agriculture. 1866. . R.L 

Lupton, N. T. The elementary principles of scientific agriculture. 1880. 664.3 

Massachusetts. Board of agriculture* Report of the secretary, 1854-80. 1565.3 

Mitchell, D. G. My farm of Edgewood. 1863 664.28 

Wet days at Edgewood. 1865 1938.18 

Morris, E. Farming for boys. 1876. 137*22 

How to get a farm and where to find one. 1872 664.8 

Ten acres enough. [1864.] 664.7 

Ruggles, S. B. Quantities of cereals produced in different countries 

compared. [Paris exposition, 1867.] v. 5 of 1555.7 



1 8 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Agriculture, continued, 

Sandhurst, P. T. f and others. The great centennial exhibition. 1876. . 673.26 

Steuart, A. Agriculture in Britain. [An essay.] v. 3 of 1917.23 

United States. Department of agriculture. Report of the commissioner, 

1862-80. I5"*3 

Waring, G. E.,/r. Book of the farm : a revised edition of the Handy- 
book of husbandry. [1877.] 664.24 

Elements of agriculture. 1879. . 664.13 

A farmer's vacation. [With accounts of Dutch farming and drain- 
age.] 1876 232.49 

Village improvements and farm villages. [Also] Life and work of 

the eastern farmer. 1877  642.4 

Washington, G. Agricultural papers v. 12 of 1 133.7 

Woodman, J. J. Agricultural products. [Paris exposition, 1878.] 

v. s of 1555.12 
Wrightson, J. Agricultural machinery. 1877 v. 10 of 673.5 

Note. For the history of agriculture consult Bolles's Industrial history, and 
Wilson's concise treatise in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. z. 

For dairy farming see, besides Flint, Waring's Book of the farm, chap. 
16, and American farmer's hand-book, chap. 5. 

Speeches and addresses on agriculture will be found in Webster's 
Works, vol. z, Everett's Orations, voL 1, 3, and 4, and Winthrop's Ad- 
dresses [1137.25]. 




Aguesseau, Henri Francois de, French orator and chancellor, b. 1668, d. 

1781. Legare\ H. S. D'Aguesseau. [An essay.] . . . .v. 2 of 1 136.6 
Vinet, A. R. History of French literature in the eighteenth century. . 11 15.42 
Aguilar, Grace, Jewish novelist, b. 1816, d. 1847. The days of Bruce; a 

story from Scottish history. New York, 1852. 2 v. 12 ... 932.12 

Home influence. Boston, 1855. 12 93 2I 5 

Home scenes and heart studies. New York, 1853. 12° 932 13 

The mother's recompense. A sequel to Home influence. Illustrated. 

New York, 1881. 12 932.16 

Woman's friendship; a story of domestic life. New York, 1880. 12 . 932.14 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 7'9- 2 4 

A I AS: a tragedy. Sophocles 1856.6 

Aids to reflection. Coleridge, S. T v. 1 of 1124.17; 1629.23 

Aiken, George L. Uncle Tom's cabin: a domestic drama. [French's 

Standard drama.] v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

AlKiN, Lucy, English authoress, b. 1781, d. 1864. Correspondence, 1826-42. 
See Charming, William E. 
Life of Joseph Addison. [First edition. With portrait.] London, 1843. 

2 v. 12 726^14 

Contents. Vol. I. 1 673-1 709. II. 1709-19. 

Memoirs of the court of Elizabeth, queen of England. New York, 1870. 

2 v. in 1. 12 826.10 

Memoirs of the court of James 1. Second edition. [With portraits.] 

London, 1822. 2 v. 8° 826.19 

Aim well, Walter, pseud. See Simonds, William. 
Aimwell stories, The. See Simonds, William. 



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Ainger, Alfred. Charles Lamb. New York, 1882, 12 [Morley, J., ed._ 

English men of letters.] 713.25 

Ainslie, Herbert, pseud. See Maitland, Edward. 

Ainsworth, William Harrison, English novelist, b. 1805, d. 1882. Crichton. 

London, N.D. 1 6° 918.17 

Old Saint Paul's : a tale of the plague and the fire. London, N. d. x6° 918.18 

Saint James's : or, the court of queen Anne. London, N. D. 16 . . 918.19 

The Tower of London : a historical romance. London, n. d. i6° . . 918.20 

Windsor castle : a historical romance. London, N.D. 16 .... 918.21 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 7*3*45 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 2. of 1926.25 

Air. Johnston, J. F. W. Chemistry of common life 424.20 

Youmans, E. L. Hand-book of household science. 1879. 4 I 7-5 

See alto Aeronautics, Atmosphere, Chemistry, Meteorology, Physics. 

Aitken, W. C. Guns, nails, locks, wood screws, railway bolts and spikes, 
buttons, pins, needles, saddlery, and electroplate. [Bevan, G. P., ed. 

British manufacturing industries.] v. 3 of 673.5 

Ajaccio. See Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. 

v. 1 of 223.20 
A Kempis. See Thomas a Kempis. 
Akenside, Mark, English poet, b. 172 1, d. 177a Poetical works. With a 

memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1878. 12 x 8i5-3 

Contents. Life, by Alexander Dyce; The pleasures of imagination; Odes 
on several subjects; Miscellaneous poems. 

Jeaffreson, J. C. A book about doctors. 1861 1919.28 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . . v. 3 of 714.37 ; v. 1 of 11 22.17 
Note. See Ward's English poets, vol. 3, and Allibone's Dictionary, vol. x. 

Akerman, John Yonge. An introduction to the 'study of ancient and 

modern coins. [With illustrations.] London, 1848. 16 621.10 

Alabama. King, E. The great South. 1875 339- 2 4 

Nordhoff, C. The cotton states. 1875 3 2 9-5^ 

Alabama, Confederate cruiser. Case of the United States to be laid before 
the tribunal of arbitration at Geneva. See United States. Depart- 
ment of state. 

Cushing, C. The treaty of Washington. 1873. 1769.12 

Semmes, R. Memoirs of service afloat during the war between the 

states [1861-65]. 1869 869.28 

Note. See Boynlon's History of the navy, vol. 2, and Lossing's Pictorial 
history of tnc civil war, vol. 3. 

Aladdin; or the wonderful lamp. [French's Standard drama.] v. 24-25 of 1857.3 
Alaska. Dall, W. H. Alaska and its resources. [1866-67.] Z^'SS 

Sumner, C. The cession of Russian America to the United States. 

[A speech.] v. 11 of 1 132.13 

Whymper, F. Travel and adventure in Alaska. [1866-67.] .... 328.42 
Alastor; or the spirit of solitude. [A poem.] Shelley, P. B. . . . v. 1 of 1817.5 
Alba, or Alva, Duke of. See Alvarez de Toledo. 
Albania. Knight, E. F. Albania : a narrative of recent travel. [1879.] • 236.23 

Maximilian I, emperor of Mexico. Recollections. [1853.] • . . v. 2 of 754.7 
Note. See an essay on the Albanians in Macmillan's magazine, vol. 49. 



20 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Albany, Countess of. See Louisa Maximiliana Carolina. 
Albemarle, Duke of. See Monk, George. 

Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel, duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, prince con- 
sort of Victoria, b: 1819, d. 1861. Gladstone, W. E. Gleanings of 
past years v. 1 of 1916.4 

Martin, Sir T. Life of the prince consort. 1875-80 721.24 

Victoria, queen of England. Our life in the Highlands. 1868. . . . 22422 
Albert Edward, prince of Wales, b. 1841. See McCarthy, J. Modern 

leaders 716124 

Albert N'yanza, The. Baker, Sir S. W 322.17 

Alberti, Leon Battista, Florentine architect, painter, and poet, b. 1404, d. 1472. 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors v. 1 of *6io,.40 

Synionds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. . . . v. 2 of 223.20 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 2 of 714.18 
Albertinelli, Mariotto, Florentine painter, b. 1475? d. 1520. Scott, L. 

Fra Bartolommeo [and Albertinelli]. 1881 712.16 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 2 of 714.18 
Albertis, L. M. d\ New Guinea : what I did and what I saw. Second 

edition. [With portrait, illustrations, and map.] Boston, 1881. 2 v. 8° 341.26 
Albigenses. James, G. P. R. Dark scenes of history, 841.24 

Simonde de Sismondi, J. C. L. History of the crusades against the 

Albigenses. [1207-42.] 1826 1658.22 

Stephen, Sir J. Lectures on the history of France 833.25 

Alboni, Marietta, contessa di Pepoli, Italian vocalist, b x 1824, See Ferris, 

G. T. Great singers v. 2 of 714.5 

Sfe afso Grove's Dictionary of music, vol. z. 
Albrizzi, Isabella Teotoki, contessa. Descriptions of Canova's works in 

sculpture and modelling, See Canova, Antonio. *6i9*35 

Albuquerque, Alfonso, or Affonso, Portuguese commander in India, 

b. 1453, <f. 151 5. See Parton, J. People's book of biography. . . . 719.17 

Alcestis : a tragedy. Euripides . . . . t , v. r of 1856.13 

Alchemist, The : a comedy. Jonson, B . v. 3 of 1859.9; 1868.17 

Alchemy and the alchemists. Chambers's papers for the people, v. 5 of 1232.15 

Mackay, C. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions. ..... 17 19.7 

Not*. See Alchemy in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. x. 

ALCIBIADES, Athenian statesman and general, b. B.C. 452, d. 404. See Plu- 

tarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 2 of 743.28 

Note. See Grote's History of Greece, vol. 6-7, and Thucydides, vol, x. 

Alciphron. [A poem.] Moore, T v. 3 of 1816.12 

Alcock, Sir Rutherford. The capital of the Tycoon : narrative of a three 
years' residence in Japan. [1859-62.] With maps and illustrations. 

New York, 1877. 2 v. 12 311.7 

Journey of A. R. Margary from Shanghae to Bhamo. Concluding chap- 
ter. See Margary, A. R. 
Alcohol. D'Aligny, H. F. Q. Manufacture of alcohol. 1867. . .v. 5 of 1555.7 

Fiske, J. Tobacco and alcohol. 1869 662.3 

Greenfield, W. S. Alcohol : its use and abuse. 1879 641.2 

Hargreaves, W. Alcohol and science. 1882 1748*15 

Hubbard, F. H. The opium habit and alcoholism. [18S1.] . . . . 662.8 



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Alcohol, continued. 

Parton, J. Smoking and drinking. 1868 662.1 

Richardson, B. W. On alcohol : six lectures. 1876 ....... 662.7 

The temperance lesson book. 1880 1748.5 

See also Health, Stimulants, Temperance. 

Alcott, Amos Bronson. Concord days. Boston, 1873. I2 ° 1 93^-5 

Alcott, Louisa May. Aunt Jo's scrap bag. Boston, 1874-80. 5 v. 16 . 135.3 

Content*. 

Vol. I. My boys [and other stories]. 

II. Shawl-straps. 

III. Cupid and Chow-chow [and other stories]. 

IV. My girls [and other stories]. 

V. Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore [and other stories]. 

Eight cousins ; or, the aunt-hill. With illustrations. Boston, 1879. 16 135.5 

Hospital sketches. Boston, 1863. 16 868.4 

Jack and Jill : a village story. With illustrations. Boston, 1880. 16 135.13 
Little men. Life at Plumfield with Jo's boys. [Illustrated.] Boston, 

1878. 16 135.7 

Little women ; or, Meg-, Jo, Beth, and Amy. With illustrations. Boston, 

1880. 2 v. 16 135.8 

Morning-glories, and other stories. Illustrated. New York, 1880. 12 135.17 

Content*, A Christmas song; Morning-glories; The Rose family; Shadow- 
children; Poppy's pranks; What the swallows did; Little Gulliver; The 
whale's story; Gold/in and Silvertail; A strange island; Peep! peep! 



An old-fashioned girl. With illustrations. Boston, 1879. 16 . . . 135.9 
Rose in bloom. A sequel to "Eight cousins." With illustrations. 

Boston, 1876. 16 135.6 

Silver pitchers: and Independence, a centennial love story. Boston, 

1880. 16 I35-" 

Content*. Silver pitchers; Anna's whim; Transcendental wild oats; The 
romance of a summer day; My rococo watch; By the river; Letty's 
tramp; Scarlet stockings; Independence. 

Three proverb stories. Illustrated by Hoppin. Boston, N. D. 16 . 135.11 
Content*. Kitty's class day; Aunt Kipp; Psyche's art. 

Under the lilacs. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1878. 16 US- 10 

Work : a story of experience. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1874. 16 . . 135.14 
Aldegrkver, or Aldegraef, Heinrich, German painter and engraver % b. 1502, 

</. 1558? See Scott, W. B. The little masters 712.21 

Alden, Isabella M. (Pansy.) The Chautauqua girls. at home. Boston, 

N. D. 12 132.25 

Four girls at Chautauqua. Boston, n.d. 12 132.26 

Alden, Joseph. Studies in Bryant : a text-book. New York, 1879. I2 ° • 19377 
Alden, William L. Christopher Columbus (1440-1506) : the first American 
citizen (by adoption). New York, 1881. 16 . [Lives of American 

worthies.] 771.11 

The cruise of the " Ghost." [Sequel to The moral pirates.] Illustrated. 

New York, 1882. Sq. 16 126.2 

The moral pirates. [A book for boys.] Illustrated. New York, 188 1. 

Sq. 16 . k 126.1 

Shooting stars as observed from the "sixth column" of the Times. 

[Illustrated.] New York, 1878. Sq. 16 1947.18 



22 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, American novelist and poet, b. 1836. Cloth of 

gold, and other poems. Boston, 1879. I2 ° x 837*3& 

Contents. Cloth of gold; Friar Jerome's beautiful book; Interludes; Baby 
Bell, and other poems; Judith; Sonnets. 



Flower and thorn. Later poems. Second edition. Boston, 1877. 12 1837.39 

Contents. Spring in New England; Miantowona; The legend of Ara-Cceli; 
Interludes; The flight of the goddess, and other poems; Sonnets. 

Marjorie Daw, and other people. Boston, 1878. 12 976.12 

Contents. Marjorie Daw; A Rivermouth romance; Quite so; A young 
desperado; Miss Mehetabel's son; A struggle for life: The friend of my 
youth; Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriski; Pere Antoine's date-palm. 

Prudence Palfrey. A novel. Boston, 1874. 12 97&13 

The queen of Sheba. Boston, 1877. 12 976.11 

The Stillwater tragedy. Boston, 1880. 12 976.27 

The story of a bad boy. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1879. 16 .... 115.3 
Aldrovandi, Ulysses, Italian naturalist, b. 1522, d. 1605. See Jardine, Sir 

W., ed. The naturalist's library. v. 17 of 522.5 

Alec Forbes of Howglen. MacDonald, G 927.1 

ALEMBERT, Jean le Rond d', French mathematician and philosopher, b. 17 17, 
d. 1783. Brougham, H., lord. Lives of philosophers of the time 

of George in v. 1 of 1 127.5 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men *47-7 

Vinet, A. R. History of French literature in the eighteenth century. 

1854 i"5-4* 

Alert, H. M. S. See Markham, A. H. The great frozen sea. 326.12 

Alexander, the great, king of Macedonia, b. B.C. 356, d. 323. Abbott, J. 

History of Alexander the great. [1876.] 143*1 

Freeman, E. A. Alexander the great [An essay.] . . . . v. 2 of 1917-26 
Plutarchus. Concerning the fortune of Alexander the great, v. 1 of 1717.15 

Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 4 of 743.28 

Schlegel, K. W. F. von. Historical essay on Caesar and Alexander. 

[1878.] 811.23 

Note. See Grate's Greece, vol. tx-xa. Smith's Dictionary of Greek and 
Roman biography, vol. x, and Sir G. W. Cox's article in the Encyclo- 
paedia Britanmca, vol. x. See also Ancient history and the general his- 
tories of Greece. 

Alexander I, ctar of Russia, b. 1777, d. 1825. Fox, H. R. V., lord Holland. 

Foreign reminiscences. 1851 725.12 

Joyneville, C. Life and times of Alexander 1. 1875 752.20 

Note. See Rambaud's History of Russia, vol. 2, Kelly's Russia, vol. a, and 
Metternich's Memoirs, vol. x. 

ALEXANDER IT, czar of Russia, b. 18 18, d. 1 881. Greene, F. V. Sketches 

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Note. See Wallace's Russia, Murray's Russians of to-day, Eckhardt's Russia 
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Alexander, Archibald, American divine, b. 1772, d. 1851, and others. Evi- 
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apology for Christianity, by R. Watson; An apology for the Bible, by 
R. Watson; View of the internal evidence of the Christian religion, by 
S. Jenyns; A short and easy method with the dei 
view 01 the evidences of Christianity, by W. Paley. 



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Alexander, John L. History of Belmont, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ea\ 

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Alexandria, Egypt. Kingsley, C. Alexandria and her schools. [Histori- 
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Martineau, J. Kingsley's Alexandria and her schools. [An essay.] 

v. 2 of 1917.19 

Nett. See Robson's Great sieges of history, and Sharpe's History of Egypt. 
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Alexis, Guillaume, French poet. See Besant, W. Studies in early French 

poetry 1925.18 

ALFIERI, Vittorio, Italian poet and dramatist, b. 1749, d. 1803. Autobiog- 
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Note. Consult also Schlegel's Dramatic art, Simonde de Sismondi's Litera- 
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Alfonso I., king of Portugal, b. 1094, d, 1 185. See Parton, J. People's 

book of biography 719-17 

Alford, Henry, dean of Canterbury, b. 1810, d. 187 1. Essays and addresses, 

chiefly on church subjects. London, 1869. 8° 1628.31 

Contents. The special education of the clergy; Preaching; The Christian 
conscience; The union of Christendom considered in its home aspect; 
Charity the end of the commandment; Requisites of an education for 
the ministry in the present day; The church of the future. 

How to study the New Testament. [First-third series.] London, 

1865-77. 3 V. 16 1616.7 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The gospels; Acts of the apostles. 

IL Thes&alonians, Corinthians, Galatians, Romans, Colossians, 
Philemon, and Ephesians. 
III. Philippians, Timothy, Titus, Hebrews, James, Peter, Jude, 
John, Revelation. 

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Philadelphia, 1873. 8° 733-23 

A plea for the queen's English. New York, 1878. 16 1113.6 

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Alfred the great, king of England, b. 849, d. 901. Anglo-Saxon version of 
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Pauli, R. Life of Alfred the great. 1878 721.13 

Turner, S. History of the Anglo-Saxons v. 1-2 of 823.25 

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character, intellect, and writings. See Palgraves Anglo-Saxons, chap. 
6-9, Freeman's Norman conquest, vol. 1, Knight's England, vol. x, 
and Hume's England, vol. 1. Hall's Queens before the conquest has a 
biography of Elswitha, queen of Alfred". 



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Alfred the great: an historical play. Knowles, J. S v. I of 186S.11 

Algje. See Seaweeds. 

Algebra. Todhunter, I. Algebra for beginners. 1876. 4*3*4 

Algebra for colleges and schools. 1877 4 r 3«9 

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Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. x. 

Alger, Horatio, jr. From canal boy to president, or the boyhood and 

manhood of James A. Garfield. Illustrated. New York, 1881. 16 . 145.1 
Alger, Rev. William Rounseville. Critical history of the doctrine of a 
future life. Tenth edition, with six new chapters, and a complete 

bibliography of the subject by E. Abbot Boston, 1880. 8° . . . 1628.33 

The friendships of women. Boston, 1868. 12 1758.9 

Life of Edwin Forrest, the American tragedian. [With plates.] Phila- 
delphia, 1877. 2 v. 8° 779-39 

Poetry of the Orient. [With an historical dissertation.] Boston, 1874. 

12 1813.17 

Algeria and Algiers. Bennet, J. H. Winter and spring on the shores of 

the Mediterranean. [1859-74.] 234.29 

Blackburn, H. Artists and Arabs. 1874 3 2I *3 

Browne, J. R. A whirl through Algeria. [1866.] 232.19 

Cox, S. S. Search for winter sunbeams. [1869 ] 2 34*33 

Dumas, A. D. Tales of Algeria. 1868. 321. 11 

Edwards, M. B. Through Spain to the Sahara. 1868. 227.32 

A winter with the swallows. [1865-66.] 321.26 

Herbert, M. E., lady. A search after sunshine. Algeria in 187 1. . . 321.34 
Knox, A. A. The new playground; or, wanderings in Algeria. 

[1879-80.] 321.20 

Maximilian 1, emperor of Mexico. Recollections. [1852.] . . . v. 2 of 754.7 
Morell, J. R. Algeria : the topography and history of French Africa. 

1854 "... 321.30 

Townshend, F. T. Cruise in Greek waters. [1869.] 236.40 

Tyndall, J. Voyage to Algeria to observe the eclipse. 1870. . . 417.6; 233.23 

Note. See Robson's Great sieges of history, and Kay's Algeria in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. x. 

Alghazzalt, or Abofl H&mid Mohammed Al-ghazili, Arabian philosopher, 

b. 1058, d. 11 1 1. See Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1712.19 

Algiers. See Algeria. 

Alhambra, Moorish palace at Granada. Baxley, H. W. Spain. Art- 
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Irving, W. The Alhambra. [Papers written in 1829.] 972.15 

Prime, S. I. The Alhambra and the Kremlin. [1873.] 223.27 

Note. See CoppjSe's Conquest of Spain by the Arab-Moors, vol. 9, Amicis' 
Spain, Manning's Spanish pictures, and Ford's Hand-book. See also 
Granada, Spain. 

Ali, fourth Arabian caliph, b. 598, d. 661. See Irving, W. Mahomet and 

his successors. v. 2 of 759.5 

Alice, or the mysteries. [Sequel to Ernest Maltravers.] Bulwer-Lytton, 

E. G. E. L., lord Lytton 916.11 

Alice Lorraine : a tale of the south downs. Blackmore, R. D 929.1 



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Alice of Monmouth, and other poems. Stedman, E. C 1839.9 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Dodgson, C. L. 136.21 

Aline: a drama. Stirling, E. v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

Alison, Sir Archibald, Scottish historian and judge, b. 1792, </. 1867. History 

of Europe, 1789 to 18 15. Edinburgh, 1843-44. 10 v. 8° . . . 848.10 
History of Europe, 1815-52. Edinburgh, 1853-59. 8 v. and Index. 8° 849.7 
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Contents. Chateaubriand; Napoleon; Bossuet; Poland; Madame de Stael ; 




Byron; Schools of design; Lamartine; The copyright que 
let's France; Military treason and civic soldiers: Arnold's Rome; Mira- 
beau; Bulwer's Athens; The reign of terror: The French revolution of 
1830: The fall of Turkey; The Spanish revolution of 1830; Partition of 
the Netherlands; Karamsin's Russia; Effects of the French revolution 
of 1830: Desertion of Portugal: Carlist struggle in Spain; Wellington; 
The Aflghanistaun expedition; The future; Guizot; Homer, Dante, and 
Michael Angelo. 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism v. 2 of 1918.24 

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Alkalies. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876. . . . . v. 1 of 673.4 

Church, A. H. Acids, alkalies, soda, soap, etc. 1877 v. 4 of 673.5 

See alto Wagner's Chemical technology. 

All aboard. Sequel to The boat club. Adams, W. T 122.2 

All around a palette. [A book for children.] Champney, Lizzie W. . . 138.16 

All for love. [A poem.] Southey, R v. 4 of 1817.7 

All for love: a tragedy. Dryden, J v. I of 18599 

All the way round : a book for young people. Carr, A. E 1 13.10 

All the world over. [Travels and sketches.] Hodder, E. 213.6 

All's fair in love : a drama. Brougham, J v. 20-21 of 1857.3 

All's well that ends well : a comedy. Shakespeare, W. 

1865. 1 ; v. 5 of 1866.7 J v. 3 of *i858.7 

All's well that ends well. [A parlor drama.] Frost, Sarah A 1S61.11 

Allan, Col. John, revolutionary patriot ^ b. 1746, d. 1805. Journals, letters, 
and memoir. See Kidder, Frederic. Military operations in eastern 

Maine. . . '. 866.35 

Allardyce, Alexander. Edgar Wayne's escape. [Tales from Blackwood.] 

v. 7 of 91 1.2 
The Pundrapore residency. [Tales from Blackwood.] . . . . v. 3 of 9 11. 2 
Allegri da Correggio, Antonio, Italian painter \ b. 1494, d. 1534. Jameson, 

A. M. Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874. 714*27 

Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714.12 

Meyer, J. Antonio Allegri da Correggio. [With photographic illustra- 
tions of his works.] 1876. 4619.25 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art. 1870 714*24 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . .v. 2 of 714.18 

Note. See Lanxi's History of painting, vol. a, and Kugler's Italian schools, 
vol. a. 

Allegro, L\ [A poem.] Milton, J v. 2 of 1816.10 

ALLEN, Ethan, American patriot and officer in the revolution, b. 1737, d. 1789. 

De Puy, H. W. Ethan Allen and the Green-mountain heroes of '76. 

1853. 77227 

Sparks, J. Life of Ethan Allen v. 1 of 762.5 

Note. See Losstng's Field-hook of the revolution, vol. x, and Bancroft's 
United Stales, vol. 7. 



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Allen, Joel A. The fauna of eastern Massachusetts. [Winsor, J., ed. 

Memorial history of Boston.] v. I of 878.20 

Allen, John, Scotch physician and politician, b. 1 770, d. 1843. See Brougham, 

H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George in and iv v. 4 of 1 127.5 

Allen, John H. The fruits of the wine cup. [French's Standard drama.] 

v. 44-45 of 1857.3 
Allen, Joseph. Battles of the British navy. New edition, revised and 

enlarged. [Portraits and diagrams.] London, 1878-80. 2 v. 12 . . 829.6 
Contents. Vol. I. Battles, 1x90-1799. II. 1800-18x5. 

Allen, Joseph Henry. Fragments of Christian history, to the foundation 

of the Holy Roman empire. Boston, 1880. 16 1654.1 

Contents. Study of Christian history; The Messiah and the Christ; Saint 
Paul; Christian thought of the second century; The mind of paganism; 
The Arian controversy; Saint Augustine; Leo the great; Monasticism as 
a moral force; Christianity in the East; Conversion of the barbarians; 
The Holy Roman empire; The Christian schools; Chronological outline, 
B. c. 30-A. d. 867. 

Allen, Joseph Henry, and Greenough, James Bradstreet. A Latin gram- 
mar. Revised edition. Boston, 1880. 12 1111.15 

Allen, William, cardinal, b. 1532, d. 1594. See Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 2 of 718.9 

Allibone, Samuel Austin. Critical dictionary of English literature, and 

British and American authors. Philadelphia, 1878. 3 v. 4 . . . . R. L. 
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Allingham, William, Irish poet, b. 1828. See Williams, A. M. Poets and 

poetry of Ireland *8i9»5 

Allon, Henry, English Congregational divine, b. 1818. See National por- 
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New York, 1876. 16 624.7 

Allouez, Claude. Narrative of a voyage made to the Illinois. See Shea, 

J. G. Discovery of the Mississippi valley 872.12 

Allston, Washington, American painter and poet, b. 1779, d. 1843. Lect- 
ures on art, and poems. Edited by R. H. Dana, jr. New York, 

1850. 8° 613.4 

Monaldi : a tale. Boston, 1856. 12 971.18 

Jameson, A.M. Studies, stories, and memoirs. 1875 1927.13 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. .... 1948.34 

Sweetser, M. F. Artist-biographies. Allston. 1879 71 2.1 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Allusions and references. Brewer, E. C. Dictionary of phrase and fable. R. L. 

The reader's handbook of allusions, references, etc 1880. ... R. L. 

Wheeler, W. A. Dictionary of the noted names of fiction, etc. 1879. • R- L- 

Wheeler, W. A. and C. G. Familiar allusions. 1882 R. L. 

Almanac. American almanac and repository of useful knowledge. 1830-61. 1739.7 

National almanac and annual record. 1863-64 1739-3 

Spofford, A. R.,ed. American almanac and treasury of facts. 1878-82. 1725.9 

Whitaker, J., ed. Almanack. 1869-82 1725.3 

Almar, George. The charcoal-burner. [French's Standard drama.] 

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Almar, George, continued, 

Oliver Twist. [French's Standard drama.] v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

The robber of the Rhine : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] 

v. 22-23 °* 1 857-3 

" Aloha 1 " A Hawaiian salutation. Chaney, G. L. 342.3 

Alone. [A novel.] Terhune, Mary V 963.10 

Aloys. [A novel.] Auerbach, B 979-3 

Alpenstock, The. Rideing, W. H 233.5 

Alphabet. Forster, C. One primeval language traced through ancient 

inscriptions in alphabetic characters. 1852-54 11 12.47 

Humphreys, H. N. History of printing. Preceded by a short account 

of the origin of the alphabet. 1868 *679-47 

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Alphabets and ornamental letters. Prang, L., and Co. Standard alpha- 
bets: a collection of alphabets in the best ancient and modern 

styles. 1878 618.5 

Shaw, H. Dresses and decorations of the middle ages. 1858. . . . *6i7-35 
Tymms, W. R. Art of illuminating. Illustrated by borders, initial let- 
ters, and alphabets [in gold and colours], i860. *6i7-39 



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middle ages by Lacroix, and Shaw's Art of illumination. 

Alpine club. Peaks, passes, and glaciers. A series of excursions by mem- 
bers of the club. Edited by John Ball. Third edition. [With 

maps and illustrations.] London, 1859. 8° 2 33- 2 9 

Same. Second series. Edited by E. S. Kennedy. [With maps 

and illustrations.] London, 1862. 2 v. 8° 2 33*3° 

Alpine plants. Macmillan, H. Holidays on high lands; or, rambles in 

search of Alpine plants. 1873 437. 16 

Taylor, J. E. Mountain and moor. 1879. 5*4*6 

Wooster, D. Alpine plants : figures and descriptions of some of the 

most beautiful of the Alpine flowers. 1874. ^629. 13 

Alps. Adams, W. H. D. Alpine adventure. [1844-74.] 233.14 

Alpine club. Peaks, passes, and glaciers. 1859 233.29 

Same. Second series. 1862 2 33-3° 

Baedeker, K. The eastern Alps. 1879 ' R. L. 

Forbes, J. D. Norway and its glaciers : [also] excursions in the high 

Alps of Dauphinl, Berne, and Savoy. 185 1 229.7 

Girdlestone, A. G. High Alps without guides. [1863-69.] .... 233.34 
Headley, J. T. Mountain adventures. From the narratives of cele- 
brated travellers. 1872 525.10 

Howard, B. W. One year abroad. [1877.] 223.6 

Rideing, W. H. The alpenstock: a book about the Alps and Alpine 

adventure. 1879 233.5 

Ruskin, J. Deucalion : lapse of waves and life of stones. 1875-77. . 426.23 

Stephen, L. The playground of Europe. 187 1 2 33«'7 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. . . .v. 2 of 223.20 

Tyndall, J. Hours of exercise in the Alps. [1861-71.] 2 33* 2 3 



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Alps, continued. 

Waring, G. E.,jr. Tyrol and the skirt of the Alps. [1879.] .... 233.40 
Whympcr, E. The ascent of the Matterhorn. [Scrambles amongst 

the Alps, 1860-65.] 233.37 

Wills, A. Wanderings among the high Alps. 1855-56. 233.13 

Wilson, H. S. Alpine ascents and adventures. [1869-76.] .... 233.16 
See also Apennines, Europe, Italy, Switzerland, Tyrol. 

Alroy. [A romance of the 12th century.] Disraeli, B., earl of Beaconsjield. 923.16 
Alsop, Christine R. See Darton, J. M. Heroism of Christian women of 

our own time 718.14 

Alston, Theodosia Burr, daughter of Aaron Burr, b. 1783, d. 1812. See 

Parton, J. Famous Americans of recent times. 764.5 

Note. For further memoirs of Mrs. Alston see Davis's Memoirs of Aaron 
Burr, and the life of Burr by Parton. 

Altdorfer, Albrecht, German painter and engraver, b. 1480, d. 1538. See 

Scott, W. B. The little masters. 712.21 

Alton Locke, tailor and poet. Kingsley, C 925.12 

Alva, Duke of See Alvarez de Toledo. 

Alvarez de Toledo, Fernando, duke of Alva, Spanish commander, viceroy of 
the Netherlands, b. 1508, d. 1582. James, G. J*. R. Memoirs of 

great commanders. 71 1*38 

Schiller, J. C. F. von. Revolt of the Netherlands v. 1-2 of 11 384 

Note. See Motley's Dutch republic, and Prescott's Philip 11, vol. 2. 

Al- Waled or Walid, twelfth Arabian caliph, d. 715. See Irving, W. Ma- 
homet and his successors v. 2 of 759.5 

A ma das, Philip, and Barlow, Arthur. See Payne, E. J., ed. Voyages of 

Elizabethan seamen to America. 215.5 

Amalfi. See Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe, v. 1 of 223.20 
Amari, Michele, Italian historian and statesman, b. 1806. History of the 
war of the Sicilian vespers. Edited, with introduction and notes, by the 

earl of Ellesmere. London, 1850. 3 v. 8° 856.17 

Amateur dramas. See Dramas. 

Amateur mechanic's workshop. Lukin, J 677.36 

Amateur poacher, The. Jefferies, R 638.10 

Amateur theatricals. Pollock, W. H., and Pollock, Lady. 628.7 

Amateur's greenhouse, and conservatory. Hibberd, S 667.24 

Amateur's rose book, The. Hibberd, S 667.32 

Am ATI, Niccol6, Italian violin maker, b. 1596, d. 1684. See Hart, G. The 

violin : its famous makers 623.33 

Amazon, The. [A novel.] Dingelstedt, F 953. 16 

Amazon, or Amazons. Adams, W. H. D. The Amazon and its wonders. 

1879 337-6 

Agassiz, L. J. R. Physical history of the valley of the Amazons. 187& 

v. 2 of 425.10 

Bates, H. W. The naturalist on the river Amazons [1848-59]. 1875 • 444*6 

Keller-Leuzinger, F. The Amazon and Madeira rivers. [1867-68.] . 338.45 

Kingston, W. H. G. On the banks of the Amazon : a boy's journal of 

adventures. 1872 125.25 

Mathews, E. D. Up the Amazon and Madeira rivers. [1874-75.] . . 337.28 



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Amazon, or Amazons, continued. 

Myers, H. M. and P. V. N. Life and nature under the tropics. 187 1. 337.21 

Orton, J. The Andes and the Amazon. [1867-73- ] 337* 2 4 

Smith, H. H. Brazil, the Amazons, and the coast. [1874-78.] . • . 337.27 
Wallace, A. R. Narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro 
[1848-50], with an account of the natural history of the Amazon 
valley. 187a 337*29 

Note. See Brazil, and general travels in South America. 

Amber. See Simmonds, P. L. Commercial products of the sea. . . . . 671.22 

Amber gods, The, and other stories. Spofford, Harriet E. P 969.12 

Amboise, France. See James, G. P. R. Dark scenes of history 841.24 

Ambrose, or Ambrosius, St., bishop of Milan, b. 340 ? d. 397. See Brigham, 

C. H. St. Ambrose, bishop of Milan. 778.13 

Ambrose Gwinett: a melodrama. Jerrold, D. W v. 24-25 of 1857.3 

Amelia. [A novel.] Fielding, H 912.18 

Amenities of home. Sherwood, M. E. W 628.23 

Amenities of literature. Disraeli, 1 1117.16 

America. Discovery and settlement, 

Anderson, R. B. America not discovered by Columbus. Historical 
sketch of the discovery of America by the Northmen, in the tenth 

century. 1874. 862.16 

Ballantyne, R. M. The Norsemen in the West, or America before 

Columbus. [A book for young people.] 1878 125.10 

Beamish, N. L. Discovery of America by the Northmen in the tenth 

century. With notices of the early settlements of the Irish. 1841. 862.28 

Blanchard, R. Discovery and settlement of the North-west. 188 1. . 872.17 
Chambers's papers for the people. Pre-Columbian discovery of 

America. v. 3 of 1232.15 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. de. History and description of New France. 

[1477-1736J 1866-72 879.30 

De Costa, B. F. The Northmen in Maine ; and the discovery of Mas- 
sachusetts bay. 187a 862.25 

Everett, E. The discovery of America. [A lecture.] . . . v. 3 of 1137.28 
Helps, Sir A. The Spanish conquest in America. [1492-1556.] 

1856-38 863.7 

Higginson, T. W. A book of American explorers. [985-1631.] . . . 128.9 

Irving, T. The conquest of Florida by De Soto. [1528-43.]. . . . 873.11 

Irving, W. Life and voyages of Columbus and his companions. ... 751.4 

Kingsley, C. The first discovery of America. [A lecture.] . 1917.7 ; 1917.13 
Leland, C. G. Fusang; or, the discovery of America by Chinese 

Buddhist priests in the fifth century. 1875 862.10 

Parkman, F. France and England in North America. [151 2-1763.] . 863.15 

Payne, E. J., ed. Voyages of Elizabethan seamen to America, 1562.-95. 215.5 

Shea, J. G. Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi valley. 1853. 872.12 

Note. See chapters on the early discovery and settlement of America in 
Mallet's Northern antiquities, Bancroft's History, vol. x, and Bryant and 
Gay's United States, vol. x. For a bibliography of Pre-Columbian dis- 
covery, see the Library journal, vol. 6. 

See alto Massachusetts, Mexico, Peru, Virginia, the general histories 
of the United States, and the lives of Columbus, Cortes, De Soto, 
Pisarro, Raleigh, and Capt. John Smith. 



30 CATALOGUE OF THE 



AMERICA, continued. History and antiquities, 

Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. [187 1.] 434-8 

Pre-historic nations. 1877 433*12 

Bancroft, H. H. The native races of the Pacific states. 1875-76. . . 432.27 

Brinton, D. G. Myths of the new world. 1876 1665.10 

Butterworth, H. Young folks' history of America. [1492-1881.] . . 128.12 

Dodge, N. S. Stories of American history. 1859 128.2 

Foster, J. W. Pre-historic races of the United States. 1878 432.18 

Goodrich, S. G. History of all nations, to 1852. v. 2 of 819.42 

Jones, C. C.,/r. Antiquities of the southern Indians. 1873 434*4 2 

Lodge, H. C. Short history of the English colonies in America. 

[1607-1782.] 862.20 

Mackenzie, R. America : a history. [1492-188 1.] 863.3 

MacLean, J. P. The mound builders. 1879. 434- I2 

Pidgeon, W. Traditions of De-coo-dah, and antiquarian researches. 

1858 434.21 

Robertson, W. History of America. [1 246-1652.] . . . v. 8-10 of 1125.2 

Scheie de Vere, M. The romance of American history 862.9 

Short, J. T. The North Americans of antiquity. 1880. 432.22 

Sumner, C. Prophetic voices concerning America. .... v. 12 of 1 132.13 
Wilson, D. Prehistoric man : origin of civilization in the old and the 

new world. 1862 433-3 r 

America, Central. See Central America. 
America, North. Description and travels. 

Biart, L. My rambles in the new world. [18 51.] 956.32 

Bremer, F. Homes of the new world. [1849-51.] 33 1.17 

Bryant, W. C. Letters of a traveller. [1834-50.] 222.7 

Chambers, W. Things as they are in America. [1853.] 329.25 

Dilke, SirC. W. Greater Britain. 1866-67 213.15 

Holyoake, G. J. Among the Americans. 1881 33*-9 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1879 181 1.2 

Moore, T. Poems relating to America. ........ v. iofi8i6.i2 

Ossoli, S. M. F., tnarchesa d\ At home and abroad. [Summer on the 

lakes.] 1843 3 2 9* T 3 

Price, Sir R. L. The two Americas. [1874-76.] 33 r - 2 4 

Pumpelly, R. Across America and Asia. [1860-65.] 217.6 

Smith, S. America. [Three essays.] 1914.21 

Trollope, A. North America. [1861-62.] 329.12 

Tuckerman, H. T. America and her commentators. 1864 3 2 9-34 

Ste also Alaska, Canada, Central America, Greenland, Mexico, United States. 

Natural history. 

Agassiz, L. J. R. Geological sketches. 1866-76. 425.10 

Audubon, J. J. The birds of America. [With 500 colored plates.] 

[1870.] N38-43 

Audubon, J. J., and Bachman, J. Quadrupeds of North America. . . *439«23 
Baird, S. F., Brewer, T. M., and Ridgwajy R. History of North 

American birds. 1875 • 43&-45 

Coues, E. Field ornithology, and a check list of North American 

birds. 1874 438.31 



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AMERICA, North. Natural history, continued, 

Coues, E. Fur-bearing animals of North America. 1877 436.50 

Key to North American birds. 1872 438.50 

Eaton, D. C. The ferns of North America. 1879. *62<).27 

Leidy, J. Fresh-water rhizopods of North America. 1879. . v. 12 of 1529.15 

Michaux, F. A. North American sylva. 1865 *439- 2 7 

Nuttall, T. North American sylva : forest trees not described in the 

work of Michaux. 1865. *439-*& 

Not*. A copy of Goodale and Bprague's Wild flower* of America will be 
found in the library wben the work is complete. 

America, South. Bates, H. W. Central America, the West Indies, and 
South America. 1878. [Stanford's Compendium of geography 

and travel.] 212.5 

Bishop, N. H. A thousand miles' walk across South America. 

ti8550 337.16 

Dahlgren, M. V. South sea sketches. [Descriptions of Callao, Lima, 

Santa Rosa, Valparaiso, and Santiago. 1867-68.] 1881 338.13 

Darwin, C. R. Natural history and geology of the countries visited 

dtying the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle. [1832-36.] 1878. . . . 445.7 

Galtenga, A. South America. [1879-80.] 337-37 

Hartwig, G. The tropical world. [1863.] 428.6 

Hassaurek, F. Four years among Spanish Americans. [1861-65.]. . 338.11 
Head, Sir F. B. Journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes. 

[1825.] 337.18 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von, and Bonpland, A. Equinoctial regions of 

America. 1799-1804 337* 12 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1879 1811.2 

Mackenzie, R. America : a history. [South America, 151 3-1874.] . . 863.3 
Myers, H. M. and P. V. N. Life and nature under the tropics. 

1871 337.21 

Orton, J. Andes and Amazon : across South America. [1867-73.] . 337.24 

Paez, R. Wild scenes in South America. [1846-50.] 338.20 

Price, Sir R. L. The two Americas. [1874-76.] 33 J - 2 4 

Waterton, C. Wanderings in South America, 1812-24 337-3° 

See also Amazon, Andes, Argentine republic, Brazil, Bolivia, Chili, Guiana, 
Paraguay, Patagonia, Peru. 

American, The. [A novel.] James, H., /r. 976.25 

American actor series. See Hutton, Laurence, editor. 

American agriculturist Vol. 1-40. 1842-81. [Illustrated.] New York, 

1843-81. 40 v. 8° and 4 1431.1 

American almanac and repository of useful knowledge. 1830-61. Boston, 

1830-61. 32 v. 12 J739-7 

American almanac and treasury of facts, 1878-82. Spofford, A. R., ed. . 1725.9 

American angler's book. Norris, T. 636.19 

American art See United States. Art. 

American beaver, The, and his works. Morgan, L. H 436.49 

American bicycler, The. Pratt, C. E. 634.6 

American board of commissioners for foreign missions. Anderson, R. 

History of the missions of the American board. 1663.12 

American civil war. See United States. History. Civil war. 



32 CATALOGUE OF THE 



American colonies. See United States. History. Colonial period* 

American common-school reader. Goldsbury, J., and Russell, W. . . .1233.13 

American conflict, The. Greeley, H 867.19 

American cotton spinner, The. Baird, R. H 673.13 

American cyclopaedia, The. Edited by G. Ripley and C. A. Dana. [With 

maps and illustrations.] New York, 1873-76. 16 v. 8° R. L. 

Content*. Vol. I. A-Asher. II. Ashes-Bol. III. Bolan pass-Carmine. 
IV. Carmona-Coddington. V. Code-Demotica. VI. Dempster-Ev- 
erett. VII. Evesham-Glascock. VIII. Glasgow-Hortense. IX. 
Hortensius-Kinglalce. X. Kinglet-Magnet. XI. Magnet ism-Motril. 
XII. Mott-Palcs. XIII. Palestine-Printing. XIV. Prior-Shoe. 
XV. Shomer-Trollope. XVI. Trombone-Zymosis. 

American explorers. [985-1631.] Higginson, T. W 128.9 

American family, An, in Germany. Browne, J. R. 232.19 

American farmer's hand-book. By an association of practical agricultur- 
ists. Re-edited, with numerous additions, by F. W. O'Neill and H. L. 

Williams. Illustrated. New York, 1880. 8° 664.39 

American first class book. Pierpoht, J 1233.18 

American girl abroad. Trafton, Adeline 223.16 

American girl's book. Leslie, Eliza. 632.10 

American health primers. See Keen, William W. t editor. 

American home book of games. Smith, Caroline L. 632.6 

American house carpenter, The. Hatfield, R. G 678.29 

American Hoyle, The. Dick, W. B 633.15 

American law review, The. Vol. 1-15. 1866-81. Boston, 1867-81. 

15 v - 8° 1345-3 

Index. First series, 1866-79. Boston, 1879. 8° R. L. 

American library journal. See Library journal. 

American literature. See United States. Literature. 

American mechanical dictionary. Knight, E. H R. L. 

American men of letters. See Warner, Charles D., editor. 

American millwright and miller. Craik, D 676.32 

American natural history series. Kmerton, J. H. The structure and 

habits of spiders. Illustrated. Salem. 1878. 12° 446.5 

Robinson, J. Ferns in their homes and ours. Third edition. [Illus- 
trated.] Salem, 1879. I2 ° 667.30 

American naturalist, The: an illustrated magazine of natural history. 

Edited by A. S. Packard [and others]. Vol. 1-15. [1867-188 1.] Salem, 

1868-82. 15 v. 8° 532.3 

American nervousness : its causes and consequences. Beard, G. M. . . 653.1 1 

American newspaper, The. An essay. Warner, CD 1946.3 

American note-books. Hawthorne, N 33 2 - 2 

American notes for general circulation. Dickens, C. J. II v. 15 01919.1 

American painters: with examples of their work. Sheldon, G. W. . . • 617.22 

American pictures drawn with pen and pencil. Manning, S 229.25 

American pioneers and patriots. See Abbott, John S. C. 

American revolution, The. See United States. History. Revolution. 

American sanitary engineering. Philbrick, E. S 64242 

American scholar, The. [An address.] Emerson, R. W. . . . v. 5 of 1 131. 13 

American sea-side resorts. Norton, C. L R. L. 

American statesmen. See Morse, John T.,/r., editor. 



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American Unitarian association. Christianity and modern thought. [Dis- 
courses, 1871-72.] Boston, 1880. 12 1648.26 

Contents. 

Bellows, H. W. Break between modern thought and ancient faith and 

worship. 
Clarke, f . F. A true theology the basis of human progress. 
Coqucrel, A. Rise and decline of the Romish church. 
Dewey, O. Selfhood and sacrifice. 
Everett, C. C. Relation of Jesus to the present age. 
Hedge, F. H. Mythical element in the New Testament. 
Martineau, J. The place of mind in nature and intuition in man. 
Peabody, A. P. Relations of ethics and theology. 
Smith, G. V. Christianity; what it is not, and what it is. 
Stearns, O. The aim ana hope of Jesus. 

Hymn and tune book for the church and the home ; and services for 

congregational worship. Boston, 1870. Sq. 12 ...... . R. L. 

Unitarian affirmations: seven discourses. Boston, 1879. I ^° • • • x 648.3 

Contents. The universal and the special in Christianity, by F. H. Hedge; 
The Bible, by J. F. Clarke; God. by A. P. Peabody; Jesus Christ, oy 
B. Herford; Man, by G. W. Bnggs; The church, by R. Ellis; The 
life eternal, by S. R. Calthrop. 

American weeds and useful plants. Darlington, W 665.12 

American wild-fowl shooting. Long, J. W 638.14 

American woman's home, The. Beecher, C. E., and Stowe, H. E. B. . . 669.44 

Americanisms. Bartlett, J. R. Dictionary of Americanisms. 1877. . . R. L. 

Americans in Paris: a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . v. 26-27 of 1857.3 
Amero, Constant. The exiles. See Tissot, Victor. 

Ames, Fisher, American statesman and orator, b. 1759, d. 1808. Works, with 
a selection from his speeches and correspondence. Edited by Seth 

Ames. [Portrait] Boston, 1854. 2 v. 8° 1 136.8 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Memoir, by J. T. Kirkland; Letters, 1789-1807. 

II. Speeches; Eulogy on Washington; Political essays: Lucius 
Junius Brutus; Camillus; Laocoon; Falkland; Observer; 
Sketches of the state of Europe; Phocion; The new Romans; 
Russia; Foreign politics; No revolutionist; Equality; History 
is philosophy teaching by example; Balance of Europe; Po- 
litical review; Monitor; Hie Republican; Sketch of the char- 
acter of Alex. Hamilton; Reflections on the war in Europe; 
Character of Brutus; Prospect of a new coalition against 
France; The combined powers and France; Successes of 
Bonaparte; Dangerous power of France; Non-intercourse act; 
Lessons from history; British alliance; Duration of French 
despotism; Dangers of American liberty; Review of a pam- 
phlet on the state of the British constitution; Miscellaneous 
essays: School books; Hercules; Hints and conjectures con- 
cerning the institutions of Lycurgus; American literature. 

Magoon, E. L. Orators of the American revolution. 1873. • • • • 764*2 
Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 I2 33«30 

Note. See Griswold's Prose writers of America, and Duyckinck's American 
literature, vol. z. 

Ames, James Barr. Harvard university. [Richardson, C. F., and Clark, 

H. A., eds. The college book.] *i 764.43 

Ames, Mary Clemmer. See Clemmer, Mary. 

Amesbury, Mass, Tracy, C. M. History of Amesbury. [1628-1878.] . . 878.33 
Amherst, J. A. Ireland as it is : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] v. 15 of 1857.3 
Amherst, Jeffrey, lord. See Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages 

of Great Britain v. 8 of 718.9 



34 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Amherst college, Amherst, Mass, Hitchcock, C. H. Descriptive catalogue 
of the specimens in the Hitchcock ichnological cabinet in Amherst 
college. 1865 v. 2 of 429.54 

Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., eds. The college book. . . . *i 76443 
Amicis, Edmondo de. Constantinople. Translated from the Italian, by 

C. Tilton. New York, 1878. 8° 236.27 

Holland and its people. Translated by C. Tilton. [With illustrations.] 

New York, 1881. 8° 232.34 

Morocco : its people and places. Translated by C. Rollin-Tilton. With 

illustrations. London, [1879.] 4° 339-36 

Spain. Translated by Wilhelmina W. Cady. [Illustrated.] New York, 

1881. 12 227.17 

Studies of Paris. Translated by W. W. Cady. N. Y., 1879. Sq. 16 228.16 

Contents. The first day in Paris; A glance at the exposition; Victor Hugo; 
EmileZola; Paris. 

Ammergau passion play. See Ober-Ammergau. 

Among my books. [Essays.] Lowell, J. R \ 1936.24 

Among the Azores. Weeks, L. H 345.1 

Among the breakers: a drama. Baker, G. M 1861.16 

Among the hills. [A novel.] Poynter, E. Frances 969.39 

Among the hills, and other poems. Whittier, J. G. v. 2 of 1836.20 ; v. 3 of 1836.43 

Among the Isles of Shoals. Thaxter, Celia. 3324 

Among the pines; or, South in secession-time.' Gilmore, J. R. . . . . 979.30 

Amongst machines. A book for boys. Lukin, J 137*29 

A moor, or Amur, River, Atkinson, T. W. Travels in the regions of the 

upper and lower Amoor. [i860.] 242.13 

Ravenstein, E. G. The Russians on the Amur. [1636-1861.] With a 

description of the country 242.10 

Amory, Martha Babcock. Domestic and artistic life of John Singleton 
Copley. With notices of his works, and reminiscences of his son, 

lord Lyndhurst. [With portrait] Boston, 1882. 8° 619.16 

Amos. See Bible. 

Amos, Sheldon. Fifty years of the English constitution, 1830-80. Boston, 

1880. 12 1737-10 

Political and legal remedies for war. New York, 1880. 12 .... 1748.21 
The science of law. N. Y., 1878. 12 [International scientific series.] 526.10 
Amos Barton. [A story of clerical life.] Cross, Mary Ann. . . . v. 4 of 936.15 
Ampere, Andre Marie, French mathematician and physicist, b, 1775, d, 1836. 

See James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. 1878 '925.31 

Ampere, Jean Jacques, French scholar and author, b, 1800, </. 1864. Ham- 

erton, P. G. Modern Frenchmen. 1878 737. 10 

James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. 1878. . 1925.31 

Amphitryon : a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 2 of 1863.27 

Amphitryon : a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 2 of 1856.15 

Amphlett love-match, The. A tale. Collins, W. W 9244 

Amusements and games. Morality and use, 

Beecher, H. W. Popular amusements. [A lecture.] 1718.33 

Clarke, J. F. Self-culture. 1880 1762.18 

Munger, T. T. On the threshold. 1881 1718.17 

Stowe, H. E. B. How shall we be amused ? 1948.23 



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Amusements and games. Morality and use, continued, 

Woolson, A. G. The morality of amusements. [An essay.] .... 1948. 11 

In-door and out-door amusements. 

Bartlett, G. B. Parlor amusements : tableaux, pantomimes, etc. [1874.] 631.13 

Brand, J. Observations on popular antiquities. 1877 1665.6 

Brewster, E. E. Pari or varieties : plays, charades, etc. 1881. . . . 631.7 

Caldor, M. T. Social charades and parlor operas. 1873. ..... 631.6 

CasselPs book of in-door amusements. [1881.] 631.20 

Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [1881.] 632.15 

Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879 • 633.15 

Frost, S. A. The book of tableaux and shadow pantomimes. [1869.] . 631.3 

Leslie, E. The American girl's book. 1879 632.10 

McCabe, J. D. National encyclopaedia of social and business forms. 

[1879.] R- L- 

Mackarness, M. A. The young lady's book. 1876. . 669.16 

Pepper, J. H. Boy's playbook of science *37-*9 

The playbook of metals 137*20 

Scientific amusements for young people. . 137-4 

Planche, F. D'A. Guess me : a collection of enigmas, witticisms, act- 
ing charades, etc. 1881 631.12 

Sherwood, M. E. W. Home amusements. 1881 628.26 

Smith, C. L. The American home book. 1874 632.6 

-Walsh, J. H. Encyclopaedia of rural sports : comprising shooting, hunt- 
ing, etc., and rural games and amusements 637.11 

Williams, H. T., and Frost, S. A. Evening amusements : fireside games, 

tricks of conjuring, charades, tableaux, etc. 1878 631.23 

Wood, J. G., Pepper, J. H., and others. The boy's own treasury of 

sports and pastimes 632.4 

See alto Archery, Bicycle, Billiards, Camping, Cards, Chess, Croauet, Dra- 
mas, Fishing, Gymnastics, Physical education, Rowing and boating, 
Swimming, Sports and sporting, Trapping, Whist, Yachts and yachting. 

Amy and Marion's voyage around the world. Adams, Sarah B 132.31 

Anabasis, The, or expedition of Cyrus. Xenophon 1847.15 

Anacharsis, Scythian philosopher and poet ', lived B. c. 492. See Flnelon, F. 

de S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 745*3 

Anacreon, Greek lyric poet, b. 560 B. c, d. 475 ? Odes. Translated by T. 

Moore. See Moore, T. Poetical works. v. 1 of 18 16. 12 

Anahuac : Mexico and the Mexicans. Tylor, E. B 336.19 

Anatomy. Draper, J. C. Text-book on anatomy, physiology, and hygiene. 

1878. 656.10 

Gray, H. Anatomy, descriptive and surgical. With an introduction 

on general anatomy, by T. Holmes. 1878 *657*9 

Le Pileur, A. Wonders of the human body. 187 1 5247 

Marshall, J. A description of the human body : its structure and func- 
tions. Illustrated by eleven physiological diagrams. 1875. • • • *657* I 5 

Mivart, St. G. Lessons in elementary anatomy. 1873 654.3 

Quain, J. Elements of anatomy. 1878 656.6 

Wilks, S., and Moxon, W. Lectures on pathological anatomy. 1875. • 656.4 

See Histology, Microscope, Physiology, and Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. z. 



36 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Anatomy, Comparative. Cuvier, G. C. L. F. D., baron. The animal king- 
dom, an introduction to comparative anatomy. 1878 439- I2 

Huxley, T. H. Border territory between the animal and vegetable 

kingdom. [An essay.] 1916.17 

Manual of the anatomy of invertebrated animals. 1878 436.30 

Manual of the anatomy of vertebrated animals. 1878 436.29 

Mivart, St. G. The cat. An introduction to the study of backboned 

animals. 18S1 436.40 

See also Natural history, Zoology. 

Anatomy and philosophy of expression. Bell, .Sir C 61 1.3 

Anatomy, The, of melancholy. Burton, R 1913-21 

Anaxagoras, Greek philosopher, b. B. c. 499, d. 428. Fe*nelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers. 743*3 

Lewes, G H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866 17 12. 19 

Anaximander, Greek philosopher, b. B.C. 610, d. 546? See Lewes, G. H. 

Biographical history of philosophy 171 2.19 

Ancient city, The. Fustel de Coulanges, N. D 818.19 

Ancient classics for English readers. See Collins, William L., editor. 

Ancient history. See History. 

Ancient history from the monuments. Palmer, H. L. Sinai. [With map 

and illustrations.] London, N. D. 16 81 1.7 

Smith, G. Assyria from the earliest times to the fall of Nineveh. New 

York, 1876. 12 811.16 

History of Babylonia [to B.C. 515]. Illustrated. Lond., N.D. 16 81 1.6 
Vaux, W. S. W. Persia from the earliest period to the Arab conquest 

[a. D. 641]. New York, 1876. 12 811.18 

Ancient mariner, The. [A poem.] Coleridge, S. T. 

v. 7 of 968.29; v. 7 of 1 124.17; v. 1 of 1816.1 
Ancient regime. See France. History. 

Ancient society. Morgan, L. H. . . . • 433.33 

Andersen, Hans Christian, Danish novelist and poet, b. 1805, d. 1875. The 
improvisators Translated from the Danish by M. Howitt. Boston, 

1879. l2 ° 952.11 

In Spain, and a visit to Portugal. [1862-66.] New York, 1876. 12 . 227.14 
Only a fiddler. A Danish romance. New York, 1870. 12 . . . . 952.12 

O. T. A Danish romance. New York, 1872. 12 95 2I 3 

Pictures of travel in Sweden, among the Hartz mountains, and in Switz- 
erland, with a visit at Charles Dickens's house. [1831-57.] Bos- 
ton, 1880. 12 233.18 

A poet's bazaar. Pictures of travel in Germany, Italy, Greece, and the 

Orient New York, 1871. 12 222.12 

Stories and tales. Illustrated. Author's edition. Boston, 1879. 12 . 136.26 
The story of my life. [1805-67.] Translated [with additions and por- 
trait]. New York, 1871. 12 752.11 

The two baronesses. A romance. New York, 1876. 12 - 952.14 

What the moon saw and other tales. Translated by H. W. Dulcken. 

With illustrations. London, N.D. 8° . . 136.24 

Wonder stories told for children. With illustrations. Author's edition. 

Boston, 1879. I2 ° l 3& 2 $ 

Anderson, Edward L. Northern ballads. New York, 1874. 18 . . . 1837.9 



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Anderson, John. The strength of materials and structures. [Illustrated.] 

New York, 1872. 12 677.18 

Anderson, Rasmus B. America not discovered by Columbus. An histori- 
cal sketch of the discovery of America by the Northmen, in the 

tenth century. New edition. Chicago, 1877. 12 862.16 

Norse mythology ; containing all the myths of the eddas. Third edition. 

Chicago, 1879. 8° 1665.15 

Anderson, Rasmus B., and Bjarnason, J6n, translators. Viking tales of 
the North. The sagas of Thorstein, Viking's son, and Fridthjof the 
bold. Translated from the Icelandic. Also, TegneYs Fridthjof s saga, 
translated by G. Stephens. [With a sketch of the life and career of 

Tegnc>, by F. M. Franz^n.] Chicago, 1877. 12 III S« I 3 

Anderson, Rufus, D.D. Foreign missions: their relations and claims. 

Third edition. Boston, 1876, 12 1663.11 

The Hawaiian islands: their condition under missionary labors. With 

[map and] illustrations. Boston, 1865. I2 ° 858.4 

History of the missions of the American board. [With portraits and 

maps.] Boston, 1875. 4 v. 12 1663.12 

Contents. Vol. I. India. II. Hawaiian islands. III-IV. Oriental churches. 

Anderson, S. The survey of Palestine. See Wilson, C. W. f and others. 

The recovery of Jerusalem. 
Anderson, William A. Railway apparatus. See United States. Depart- 
ment of state. Paris exposition report* ', 1878 v. 4 of 1555.12 

Andersonville prison. Kellogg, R. H. Life and death in rebel prisons. 

[1861-65.] 1869 868.12 

McElroy, J. Andersonville : a story of rebel military prisons. 1879. - 869.15 
United States sanitary commission. Report of the diseases among the 

prisoners at Andersonville. 1867 658.9 

Note. See chapters on Andersonville in Draper's American civil war, vol. 3, 
and Lossing's Pictorial history of the war, vol. 3. 

Andersson, Charles John. Lake Ngami ; explorations and discoveries in 

southwestern Africa. [1850-54.] With illustrations. New York, 

1857. 12 .' 324.11 

Notes of travel in southwestern Africa. New York, 1875. 8° . . . 324.18 

Andes. Bishop, N. H. The Pampas and the Andes. [1855.] .... 337.16 

Head, Sir F. B. Journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes. 

[1825.] 337.18 

Myers, H. M. and P. V. N. Life and nature under the tropics. 187 1. . 337.21 

Orton, J. The Andes and the Amazon. [1867-73.] 337 - 2 4 

Not*. See chapters in Hassaurek's Spanish Americans and in Hill's Peru. 
. See also Bolivia, Chili, Peru. 

An Dover, Mass. Memorial hall library. Catalogue. Lawrence, 1874. 12 R. L. 
Supplement. 1874-^81. [Compiled by E. J. Bean.] Andover, 

1881. 12° R.L. 

Kingman, B. History of Andover. [1634-1878.] 878.33 

Andrassy, or Andrassy de Csik-Szent Klraly, Gynla, Hungarian statesman^ 

b. 1823. See International portrait gallery v. 1 of 719.34 

Andre, George G. Practical treatise on coal mining. [With plates.] Lon- 
don, 1878-79. 2 v. 4 679.42 



38 CATALOGUE OF THE 



ANDRE, John, English officer in America during the revolution, b. 17 51, d. 

1780. Sargent, W. Life and career of Andre* 723.12 

Stanhope, P. H., earl Stanhope, Miscellanies v. 2 of 1919.26 

Note. See Lossing's Field-book of the revolution, and Sparks't Life of 
B. Arnold. 

Andreini, Isabella, Italian poetess and actress ', b. 1562, d, 1604. See Trollope, 

T. A. A decade of Italian women v. 2 of 757.5 

Andrew, John Albion, American statesman, governor of Massachusetts i860- 
64, b. 1818, d. 1867. Literary discourses and valedictory address. 

See Chandler, P. W. Memoir of Gov. Andrew 774-8 

Browne, A. G.,/r. Sketch of the official life of J. A. Andrew. 1868. 774-9 
Chandler, P. W. Memoir, with personal reminiscences. 1880. . . . 774.8 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878 718.23 

Schouler, W. History of Massachusetts in the civil war [1861-65]. 

1868-71. 869.25 

Stowe, H. E. B. Men of our times. 1868 764.10 

Sumner, C. Letters to Gov. Andrew, 1 861 v. 5 of 1 132. 13 

Whipple, E. P. Success and its conditions. 187 1 1 936.11 

Andrews, Israel Ward. Manual of the constitution of the United States. 

Cincinnati, 1874. 12 1738.9 

Andrews, Julia C. Breakfast, dinner, and tea: viewed classically, poeti- 
cally, and practically. New York, 1869. Sq. 12 669.26 

Andrews, Sidney. The South since the war : fourteen weeks of travel in 

Georgia and the Carolinas. Boston, 1866. 12 333. 15 

Andria: a comedy. Terentius Afer, P 1856.17 

Andromache: a tragedy. Euripides. v. 2 of 1856.13 

Andromeda. [A poem.] Kingsley, C 1826.23 

Anecdotes. Bigelow, L. J. Bench and bar. 1871. 1769.16 

Forney, J. W. Anecdotes of public men. 1873-81 762.13 

Jennings, G. H. Anecdotal history of the British parliament. 1880. . 1737.32 

Jesse, E. Anecdotes of dogs. 1873 138.24 

Kingston, W. H. G. Stories of animal sagacity. 1875 138.26 

Anelyda and Arcyte. Chaucer, G v. 2 of 181 5.9 

Angel, Henry. Practical plane geometry and projection. New York, [18S0.] 

2 v. 12 and 4 . [Putnam's advanced science series.] . ' 414.12 

Contents. Vol. I. Text. II. Plates. 

Angel, The, of the household, and other tales. Arthur, T. S. 97i«5 

Angelico, Fra\ See Fiesole, Giovanni Guido da. 

Angell, Henry C. Records of William M. Hunt. Illustrated. Boston, 

1881. Sq. 12 777.13 

Angelo, Francesco d* (Cecea), Italian engineer, b. 1447, d. 1488. See Vasari, 

G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. v. 2 of 714.18 

Angelo: a drama. Hugo, V. M v. 22-23 of '857.3 

Angels. See Hunt, J. H. L. Wishing-cap papers 1914.13 

Anger. Bacon, F., lord Verulam. Essays. With annotations 1913.24 

Plutarchus. Concerning the cure of anger v. 1 of 17 17.15 

Anglesey, Marquis of. See Paget, Henry William. 

Angling. See Fishing. 

Anglo-Saxon chronicle, The. [a. d. 1-1154.] See Bede. Ecclesiastical 

history 1657.9 



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Anglo-Saxons. History. 

Palgrave, Sir F. History of the Anglo-Saxons [to 1066] 823.6 

Turner, S. History of the Anglo-Saxons, [b. c. 55-A. D. 1066.] . . . 823.25 

Note. Turner's last volume treats of the manners and customs, government, 
literature, and religion of the Anglo-Saxons. See also chapters in Knight's 
England, vol. x, and Freeman's Norman conquest. 

Language and literature, 

Corson, H. Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon and early English. 1876.. .1118.21 
Longfellow, H. W. Anglo-Saxon literature. [An essay.] . . . v. 1 of 1131.4 
March, F. A. A comparative grammar of the Anglo-Saxon language. 

1877 1111.40 

Thorpe, B. Anglo-Saxon alphabet, outlines of grammar, and a glossary. 721.13 
Wright, T. Essays on the literature of England in the middle ages. 

v. 1 of 1917.17 

Note Consult also Taine's English literature, vol. x, and Longfellow's Poets 
and poetry of Europe. 

Angoul£me, Marie The>ese Charlotte, duehesse d\ daughter of Louis XVI, 

b. 1778, d. 1851. See C hall ice, A. E. Illustrious women of France. . 737.17 

Animal magnetism. Hall, G. S. Recent studies on hypnotism. 188 1. . 17 13.8 

Mackay, C. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions x 7i97 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ The new science. [An essay.] . . . 1948.35 

Scheie de Vere, M. Modern magic. 1873 1719.13 

Animal mechanics. Marey, E. J. Animal mechanism : terrestrial and aerial 

locomotion. 1874. 526.11 

Pettigrew, J. B. Animal locomotion, or, walking, swimming, and flying. 

1874 526.8 

Stillman, J. D. B. The horse in motion, with a study of animal 

mechanics. 1882 *547-5 

Animal parasites and messmates. Van Beneden, P. J 526.19 

Animal products: their preparation, commercial uses, and value. Sim- 

monds, P. L. 671.25 

Animal worship. Gubernatis, A. de. Zoological mythology. 1872. . . 1664.37 

Spencer, H. Origin of animal worship 1916.19 

Animals. Agassiz, L. J. R. Structure of animal life. 1874. 43642 

Bartol, C. A. Beasts. [An essay.] 1937.12 

Burroughs, J. The snow-walkers. [An essay.] 1946.22 

Coues, E. Fur-bearing animals. 1877 436.50 

Darwin, C. R. Expression of the emotions in man and animals. 1873. I 7 2 4-5 

Variation of animals and plants under domestication. 1876. . . 431.15 
Gubernatis, A. de. Zoological mythology ; or, the legends of animals. 

1872 1664.37 

Hamerton, P. G. Chapters on animals. 1874 436.11 

Kingston, W. H. G. Stories of animal sagacity. 1875 138.26 > 

Menault, E. The intelligence of animals. 1875. • 5 2 4«*9 

Semper, K. Animal life. 1881 527.5 

Wood, J. G. Bible animals. 1872 436-53 

Homes without hands : habitations of animals. 1874. 439-8 

Man and beast here and hereafter. 1874 441.8 

See also Anatomy, Domestic animals, Instinct, Natural history, Zoology. 



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Anjou, old province of France, Hookham, M. A. Margaret of Anjou, 

with memoirs of the houses of Anjou. [768-1360.] 721-32 

Annals of a quiet neighbourhood. MacDonald, G 927.12 

Annals of a fortress. Viollet-Ie-Duc, E. E ' 1749-2' 

Annals of England; an epitome of English history. Oxford, 1862-5. 

3 v. 16 ' 824.5 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The Roman era, B.C. 57-A.D. 418; Britain independent: The 
Saxon era, 449-1066; The Norman era, 1066-1x54; The Plan- 
tagenets, 1154-1399. 
II. The Plantagenets, house of Lancaster, 1399-1461 ; The Plantage- 
nets, house of York, 1461-85; The Tudors, 1485-1603; The 
Stuarts, 1603-1649. 
III. The commonwealth, 1649-60; The Stuarts, 1660-17x4. 

Annapolis, Afd. Ridgely, D. Annals of Annapolis, 1 649-181 2 873.16 

Anne, queen of England \ b. 1664, d. 17 14. Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of 

celebrated female sovereigns. 1880. 711.26 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 7 of 718.9 

Morris, E. E. The age of Anne. [1697-17 14.] 861.25 

Stanhope, P. H., earl Stanhope. History of England. 1701-13. . . . 8274 

History of England. 1713-83 v. 1 of 827.5 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England. v. 6 of 717.5 

Swift, J., dean of St. Patrick's. Four last years of queen Anne. . v. 4 of 1 122.9 

Note. See Smyth's Lectures on modern history, vol. a, and Green's English 
people, vol. 4. For the literature and art of this reign, consult Morley's 
English literature, pp. 735-94, and Knight's History of England, vol. 5. 

Anne, of Austria, queen of Louis XIII, queen regent of France, b. 1602, d. 

1666. Bush, A. F. Memoirs of the queens of France.-. . . v. 2 of 737.27 

Cousin, V. Secret history of the French court under Richelieu and 

Mazarin. [1622-61.] 738.12 

Freer, M. W. Regency of Anne of Austria. [1643-51.] 834.23 

Anne, of Bohemia, queen of Richard II, b. 1367, d. 1394. See Strickland, A. 

Lives of the queens of England v. 1 of 717.5 

Anne, of Brittany, queen of Charles VIII, and of Louis XII of France, 

b. 1476, d. 1 51 4. See Bush, A. F. Memoirs of the queens of France. 

v. 1 of 737.27 

Anne, of Cleves, 4th queen of Henry VIII, b. 1516, d. 1557. See Strickland, 

A. Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Anne, of Denmark, queen of James I, b. 1574, d. 1619. Jesse, J. H. 

Memoirs of the court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. 

v. i of 826.9 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 4 of 717.5 

Anne, of Warwick, queen of Richard III, b. 1454, d. 1485. See Strickland, A. 

Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Anne Boleyn, or Bullen, 2d queen of Henry VHI, b. 1507, d. 1536. Benger, 

E. O. Memoirs of the life of Anne Boleyn 721.9 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 1 of 718.9 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Note. See Hume's England, vol. 3, Froudc's History, vol. x-a, and Lingard's 
England, vol. 4-5. Mil man's tragedy of Anne Boleyn will be found in 
Knight's Half hours of English history. 

Anne Hyde, duchess of York, queen of James II, b. 1638, d. 1671. Jesse, 
J. H. Memoirs of the court of England during the reign of the 
Stuarts v. 3 of 826.9 



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Anne Hyde, queen of James II, continued. 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 5 of 718.9 

Anne Blake : a play. Marston, J. W v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Anne of Geierstein. [A novel.] Scott, Sir W v. 23 of 914.1 

Anne Warwick. [A novel.] Craik, Georgiana M 934. 1 

Annie and her master. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 8 of 91 1.2 

Annis Warleigh's fortunes. A novel. Parr, Harriet 939-5 1 

Annual cyclopaedia. See Appletons' annual cyclopaedia. 

Annual of scientific discovery. Edited by D. A. Wells, and others. 

[With portraits.] Boston, 1850-71. 22 v. 12 531.3 

Annual record of science and industry. 1871-78. Edited by S. F. Baird. 

New York, 1872-79. 8 v. 8° 543.3 

Annus mirabilis, 1666. [A poem.] Dryden, J v. 1 of 1816.3 

Anonymous and pseudonymous literature. See Bibliography. 

Anselm, St., archbishop of Canterbury, b. 1034, d. 1109. Church, R. W. 

Saint Anselm. [A biography.] 1870 759. 16 

Clarke, J. F. Augustine, Anselm, Bernard, and their times. [A 

lecture.] 1658.16 

Palgrave, Sir F. History of Normandy and of England. [741-1101.] 

v. 4 of 842.9 
Anskar, St., apostle of Denmark, b. 801, d. 865. See Maclear, G. F. Apos- 
tles of mediaeval Europe 7 59- 20 

Anson, George, lord, English admiral, b. 1697, d. 1762. Kingston, W. H. 

G. Notable voyages from Columbus to Parry 215.4 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Historical sketches of the reign of George il 

v. 2 of 827.11 
Ansted, David Thomas. Geological gossip. New edition. Lond., 1861. 12 425.5 

The great stone book of nature. [Illustrated.] Philadelphia, 1863. 12 425.22 

In search of minerals. [Illustrated.] London, 1880. 16 [Natural 

history rambles.] 5*4-3 

Ansted, David Thomas, and Latham, Robert Gordon. The Channel 

islands. With illustrations [and maps]. London, 1862. 8° . . . . 344.24 
Anstie, Francis E., M. D. Neuralgia and the diseases that resemble it. 

New York, 1872. 8° 653.16 

Antarctic regions. Chambers's papers for the people. Antarctic explo- 
rations v. 3 of 1232.15 

Hartwig, G. The polar world : man and nature in the Arctic and 

Antarctic regions. 1874 327.9 

Proctor, R. A. The Antarctic regions. [An essay.] 4 17.4 

Anthropology. Hodge, C. Anthropology v. 2 of 1627.39 

Huxley, T. H. Evidence as to man's place in nature. 1879. .... 431.17 

Lesley, J. P. Man's origin and destiny. 1881 433* ] 9 

Lubbock, Sir J. Origin of civilisation and primitive condition of man. 

1879 433 l8 

Quatrefages de Breau, J. L. A. de. The human species. 1879. • • • 5 2 7- 2 

The natural history of man. 1875 43 2 *io 

Tylor, E. B. Anthropology : an introduction to the study of man and 

civilization. 1881 433* *5 

Not*. See articles fay Tylor in Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 2, and Popular 
science monthly, vol. 16. See also Archaeology, Ethnology, Man. 



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Antietam. Palfrey, F. W. The Antietam and Fredericksburg. 1882. . 869.5 

Swinton, W. Twelve decisive battles of the war. [1867.] 869.22 

Not*. See general histories of the dvfl war, notably those of Draper, Losstng, 
and the Cotnle de Paris. 

Antigone : a tragedy. Sophocles 1856.6 

Antilles. See West Indies. 

Antinous, favorite of the emperor Hadrian, d. A. D. 130? Arnold, H. P. 

European mosaic 234.11 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. . . v. 1 of 223.20 
Antioch college, Yellow Springs, 0. Bracket!, A. C. Education of Ameri- 
can girls. 1874. 1763.19 

Dall, C. H. The college, the market, and the court. 1867 1758.38 

Antiquary, The. Scott, Sir W v. 3 of 914.1 

Antiquities. Brand, J. Observations on popular antiquities. 1877. . . 1665.6 

Chambers, R. Book of days : a miscellany of popular antiquities. 1879. R. L. 

Mallet, P. H. Northern antiquities. 1878 851.16 

Smith, W. Dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities. 1878. ... R. L. 

Smith, W., and Cheetham, S. Dictionary of Christian antiquities. 

1875-80 R.L. 

See alto Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Ethnology, Folk-lore, Man, Manners 
and customs, superstitions. For special antiquities see the names of 
various countries mentioned in the note under A rckmology. 

Anti-slavery. See Slavery. 

Antisthenes, Greek philosopher, lived B. c. 426-378. Fenelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743-3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866 1712.19 

Anton 1 A. A novel. Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D., madame 955*3 

Anton in a; or, the fall of Rome. Collins, W. W 924.1 

Anton inus, Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor, b. A. D. 1 2 1 , d. 180. Thoughts. 
Translated [with a life of the author] by G. Long. Second edition, 

revised and corrected. London, 1880. 12 1848.22 

Arnold, M. Essays in criticism. 1877 1926.17 

Capes, W. W. Roman empire of the second century. 1876. .... 861.34 

Farrar, F. W. Seekers after God. 1877 743-9 

Merivale, C. History of the Romans under the empire. . . . v. 7 of 818.9 
Antoninus Pius, Roman emperor, b. 86, d. 161. Capes, W. W. Roman 

empire of the second century. 1876 861.34 

Merivale, C. History of the Romans under the empire. . . . v. 7 of 818.9 

Antonio di Carara. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9-10 of 91 1.1 

Antonio Veneziano, Italian painter, d. 1387. Jameson, A. M. Memoirs 

of early Italian painters. 1874 714*27 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . .v. 1 of 714.18 
Anton 1 us, Marcus, Roman general and triumvir, b. B. c. 83, d. 30. Meri- 
vale, C. The Roman triumvirates, [b.c. 78-30.] 86145 

Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Antony, Marc See Antonius, Marcus. 

Antony and Cleopatra : a tragedy. Shakespeare, W. 

1865.2; v. 12 of 1866.7; v. 8 of *i8s8.7 

Ants. Chambers's miscellany. Anecdotes of ants v. 10 of 1232.7 

McCook, H. C. Honey ants of the Garden of the gods, and the Occi- 
dent ants of the American plains. 1882 447*io 



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Ants, continued. 

Moggridge, J. T. Harvesting ants and trap-door spiders. 1873. • * • 447-9 

Note. See Wood's Homes without hands, and papers on the intelligence of 
ants in the Nineteenth century, vol. 9-10, and Contemporary review, vol. 
37. See alec Insects, Natural history, Zoology. 

Antwerp, Belgium. Schiller, J. C. F. von. The siege of Antwerp. [1583- 

85.] v. 2 of 1 1 38.4 

Note. See Motley's Rise of the Dutch republic and Robson's Great sieges. 

Apaches. Browne, J. R. Adventures in the Apache country. [1863-64.] 335.18 
Apelles, Greek painter, lived B.C. 330. See Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The 

princes of art 714*24 

Note. A notice of this artist is found in Pliny's Natural history, vol. 6. See 
also Painting. 

Apennines. Carr, A. North Italian folk. 1878 234.19 

Scott, L. A nook in the Apennines. 1878 234.23 

Aphorisms, apothegms, and maxims. Bacon, F., lord Verulam. Apoph- 
thegms new and old v. 13 of 1 121. 5 

Bohn, H. G. Hand-book of proverbs. [Also] Sentences, maxims, and 

phrases. 1879 R. L. 

Fuller, T. • Good thoughts in bad times. 1863 1923.6 

The holy and profane states. 1864. l 9 2 33 

La Rochefoucauld, F., due de. Maxims and moral reflections. . . . 1929. 1 
Plutarchus. The apophthegms of kings and great commanders, v. 1 of 17 17.15 

Shakespeare, W. Shakesperian aphorisms 1929. 1 

Stanhope, P. D., earl of Chesterfield. Maxims, political maxims, and 

axioms in trade v. 2 of 1928.9 

See also Proverbs, Quotations, Table-talk. 

Apocrypha. See Bible. 

Apologia pro vita sua. Newman, J. H., cardinal. 1638.15 

Apostate, The : a tragedy. Sheil, R. L v. 8 of 1857.3 

Apostles. Deutsch, E. O. M. Les ap6tres. [A review.] 1138.25 

Fleetwood, J. Life of Jesus Christ : with the lives of the evangelists 

and apostles. 1S54 1626.17 

Greenwood, F. W. P. Lives of the twelve apostles. 1874 1625.4 

Renan, J. E. The apostles. 1866. 1625.18 

Apostles of mediaeval Europe. Maclear, G. F 759*20 

Apothegms. See Aphorisms. 

Apparition, The, of Mrs. Veal. De Foe, D 1122.25 

Apparitions, or ghosts. Chambers's miscellany. Spectra] illusions. . v. 8 of 1232.7 

Crowe, C. The night-side of nature. 1850 17 19. 18 

Mackay, C. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions I 7 I 97 

Owen, R. D. The debatable land. 1872 1719*15 

Footfalls on the boundary of another world, i860 1719.16 

Proctor, R. A. Notes on ghosts and goblins. [An ?ssay.] 4174 

Scheie de Vere, M. Modern magic. 1873 I 7 I 9- I 3 

See also Folk-lore, Spiritualism, Superstitions, Visions, Witchcraft. 

Appearance is against her. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia. v. 2 of 949.46 

Apple. Barry, P. Fruit garden. 1880 666.12 

Burroughs, J. The apple. [An essay.] 1946.22 



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Apple, continued. 

Downing, A. J. Fruits and fruit trees of America. 1876. 66646 

Thoreau, H. D. Wild apples. [An essay.] 1938.11 

Todd, S. E. The apple culturist. 1871 666.14 

Appledore cook book, The. Parloa, M 669.24 

Appleton, Nathan, American merchant, b. 1799, <£i86i- Everett, E. Na- 
than Appleton. [Remarks on his death, 1 861.] .... v. 4 of 1137.28 
Winthrop, R. C. Tribute to Nathan Appleton. 1861 "37»25 

Appleton, Thomas Gold. A Nile journal. Illustrated. Boston, 1876. 12 322.12 

A sheaf of papers. Boston, 1875. I2 ° - * I 937- 1 ^ 

Appletons' annual cyclopaedia and register of important events. New 
series. 1876-81. [With portraits, maps, and illustrations.] New York, 

1877-82. 6v. 8° R.L. 

Appletons 1 dictionary of New York. See Percy, Townsend. 

Appletons' general guide to the United States and Canada. With maps, 

plans, and illustrations. New revised edition. N. Y., 1881. 2 v. 16 R. L. 

Contents. Vol. I. New England, Middle states, and Canada. II. Western 
and Southern states. 

Appletons' home books. Babcock, E. W. Household hints. New York, 

1881. 12 " 628.24 

Church, E. R. The home garden. [With illustrations.] New York, 

1881. 12 628.22 

How to furnish a home. [With illustrations.] N. Y., 1881. 12 . 628.20 

Oakey, A. F. Building a home. [With illustrations.] N.Y., 1881. 12 628.19 

Home grounds. [With illustrations.] New York, 1881. 12 . . 628.21 

Ruutz-Rees, J. E. Home decoration. New York, 1881. 12 . . . 628.25 

Sherwood, M. E. W. Amenities of home. New York, 1881. 12°. . 628.23 

Home amusements. New York, 1881. 12 628.26 

Appletons' new handy-volume series, Benjamin, S. G. W. The multitu- 
dinous seas. With illustrations. New York, 1879. 16 . . 427.3 

The world's paradises : noted sanitaria. New York, 1880. 16 . 213.2 

Broughton, R. Second thoughts. A novel. New York, 1880. 16 . 949.25 

Ferris, G. T. The great German composers. New York, 1880. 16 . 714.3 

The great Italian and French composers. New. York, 1879. 16 . 7144 

Great singers : Bordoni to Titiens. New York, 1880-81. 2 v. 16 714.5 

Great violinists and pianists. New York, 1881. 16 714.6 

Fisher, E. C. A summer idyl. New York, 1879. I ^° 9<H- I 4 

Guernsey, A. H. Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York, 1881. 16 . . 777.10 

Thomas Carlyle. New York, 1879. 16 729.3 

Hawthorne, J. Mrs. Gainsborough's diamonds. New York, 1879. 16 9774 

Hillern, W. von. Geier-Wally : a tale of the Tyrol. N. Y„ 1879. 16 954-3 

Jones, C. H. Lord Macaulay ; his life — his writings. N. Y., 1880. 16 7294 

Rideing, W. H. The alpenstock. New York, 1880. 16 233.5 

A-saddle in the wild West. New York, 1879. x 6° 335-8 

Souvestre, E. An attic philosopher in Paris. New York, 1879. IO "° • 95^.8 

Stoddard, C. W. Mashallah ! A flight into Egypt. N. Y., 1881. 16 3224 

Trollope, F. E. Mrs. Jack. A tale. New York, 1878. 16 . . . . 935.7 

Apprentice, The : a farce. Murphy, A v. 5 of 1859.9 

Apuleius, or Appuleius, Latin philosopher, flourished A. D. 150. On the 

doctrines of Plato. See Plato. Works v. 6 of 1848.3 



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Aquarium. Gosse, P. H. Handbook to the marine aquarium. 1856. . . 442.6 

Hibberd, S. Rustic adornments for homes of tastes. 1870 667.41 

Wood, J. G. The fresh and salt-water aquarium. 1868 442.3 

Arabella Stuart. James, G. P. R 913.2 

Arabia and the Arabs. Baldwin, J. D. Pre-historic nations. 1877. . . 433.12 

Blunt, Lady A. A pilgrimage to Nejd, the cradle of the Arab race. 239.4 

Burton, R. F. Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. [1852—53.] .... 244.3 

Clark, E. L. The Arabs and the Turks. 1876. 853.21 

Deutsch, E. Arabic poetry in Spain and Sicily ; Early Arabic poetry. 

[Essays.] 1138.25 

Jessup, H. H. The women of the Arabs. [1873.] 1663.5 

Keane, T. F. Six months in Meccah. 1877-78 244.22 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878 181 1.7 

Palgrave, W. G. Personal narrative of a year's journey through central 

and eastern Arabia. 1862-63 244.7 

Stanhope, P. H., earl Stanhope. Influence of Arabic philosophy in 

mediaeval Europe v. 2. of 1919.26 

Stephens, J. L. Incidents of travel in Arabia Petraea. [1835-36.] . . 238.21 

Taylor, B. Travels in Arabia. [1 760-1863. ] 244.8 

Note, Taylor's work is compiled from the narratives of Niebuhr, Burckhardt, 
Wellsted, and others. Chapters, on Arabian literature and art will be 
found in Coppee's Conquest of Spain, vol. 2, and Simonde de Sismondi's 
Literature of the south of Europe, vol. x. For the religion of Arabia see 
references under Mohammed and Mohammedanism. The article in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica is by Palgrave. 

See also Algeria, East, Morocco, Saracens, Sinai, Spain. 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Translated by E. W. Lane. Illustrated. 

New York, 1867. 2 v. 12 136.49 

Aragona, Tullia d\ Italian poetess, b. 1510, d. 1565? See Trollope, T. A. 

A decade of Italian women v. 2 of 757*5 

Ararat, Aft. Bryce, J. Transcaucasia and Ararat. 1876. 241.5 

Aratus, Greek general, b. B.C. 271, d. 213. See Plutarchus. Lives [of 

ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Arber, Edward, editor. English reprints. Ascham, R. The scholemaster. 

1570. London, 1870. 16 1763.7 

Latimer, H., bishop of Worcester. Seven sermons before Edward VI, 

1549. London, 1869. I 6° 1649.2 

Puttenham, G. The arte of English poesie. 1589. Lond., 1869. 16 192 5.1 

Sidney, Sir P. An apologie for poetrie. 1594. London, 1868. 16 . 1926.4 
Arblay, Frances d', formerly Miss Burney, English novelist, b. 1752, d. 
1840. Diary and letters. [1788-1838.] Revised and edited by 
S. C. Woolsey. [Portraits.] Boston, 1880. 2 v. 12 . . . . 731.4 

Evelina; a young lady's introduction to the world. Leipzig, 1850. 16 941.3 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 1 of 1926.25 

Macaulay, T. B.,lord. Critical, historical, miscellaneous essays, v. 5 of 1915.13 
Arc, Joan of. See Dare, Jeanne. 

Arcachon, France, as a winter climate. Bennet, J. H . 234.29 

Arcesilaus, Greek philosopher, b. B.C. 316, d. 241. See Lewes, G. H. 

Biographical history of philosophy .1712.19 

Arch, Joseph, English radical and labor reformer, b. 1826. Davidson, 

J. M. Eminent English liberals 7*S l 9 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 7*5-5 



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Archeology. Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. [187 1.] 434.8 

Bancroft, H. H. The native races of the Pacific states. 1875-76. . . 432.27 
Cesnola, L. P. di. Cyprus: its ancient cities, tombs, and temples. 

1878 316.5 

Davis, N. Carthage and her remains. 1861 316.11 

Dawkins, W. B. Cave hunting. 1874 434- 2 3 

Dennis, G. The cities and cemeteries of Etruria. [1842-78.] . . . 316.6 

Donnelly, I. Atlantis : the antediluvian world. 1882 434.7 

Evans, J. Ancient bronze implements, weapons, and ornaments of 

Great Britain and Ireland. 1881 434-34 

Ancient stone implements, weapons, and ornaments of Great 

Britain. 1872 434-33 

Fairholt, F. W. Rambles of an archaeologist. 1871 622.35 

Foster, J. W. Pre-historic races of the United States. 1878 432.18 

Keller, F. Lake dwellings of Switzerland. 1866. ....:... 434.36 

Jones, C. C.,/r. Antiquities of the southern Indians. 1873 43442 

Layard, A. H. Discoveries among the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon. 

1875 3 l 5-*° 

Lubbock, Sir J. Pre-historic times as illustrated by ancient remains. 

1878 433- 2 3 

McLean, J. P. The mound builders. 1879 434- I2 

Miln, J. Excavations at Carnac (Brittany). [1873-74] 339-4 * 

Mueller, C. O. Ancient art and its remains 614.17 

Myers, P. V. N. Remains of lost empires. 1875 3 l S'7 

Schliemann, H. Ilios. Researches and discoveries on the site of Troy, 

1871-79. 1881 317.3 

Mycenae : a narrative of researches and discoveries. 187S. . . . 317.5 

Troy and its remains. 1875 3*6*9 

Short, J. T. The North Americans of antiquity. 1880 432.22 

Smith, G. Assyrian discoveries, 1873-74. 1876. 3 I 5* I 3 

Southall, J. C. The epoch of the mammoth, and the apparition of man 

upon the earth. 1878 433-14 

Westropp, H. M. Handbook of archaeology. Egyptian, Greek, Etrus- 
can, Roman. 1878 434-5 

White, G. Natural history and antiquities of Selborne. 1875. * * • 435*39 

Wilson, D. Prehistoric annals of Scotland. 1863 . 434.27 

Wood, J. T. Discoveries at Ephesus. 1877 3*7-9 

Note. Consult Wilson and Murray's articles on pre-historic and classical 
archasology, in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, voL 2. For special antiqui- 
ties see references under the following countries — America, Assyria, 
Athens, Babylon, Carthage, Central America, Egypt, Etruria, Greece, 
Herculaneum, India, Italy, Mexico, Nineveh, Palestine, Peru, Pompeii, 
Rome, Scandinavia, Spain. 

See also Antiquities, Arms and armor, Architecture, Art, Coins, Cos- 
tume, Ethnology, Gems, Heraldry, Man, Pottery and porcelain, Tombs. 

Archer, Charles F. W. History of Danvers, Peabody, and Wenham. 

[Tracy, C. M., and others. History of Essex county.] 878.33 

Archer, T. C. Paper. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing indus- 
tries.] v. 8 of 673.5 

Wool and its applications. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing 

industries.] v. 5 of 673.5 

Archer, Thomas. Asmodeus. [French's Standard drama.] . v. 26-27 of 1857.3 



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Archer, Thomas. Decisive events in history. Illustrated. Third edition. 

London, [1880.] Sq. 8° 811.59 

Contents. The battle of Marathon; Defeat of the Carthaginians at Zama; 
Fall of Jerusalem; Dedication of Constantinople; The foundation of 
Venice; Landing of St. Augustine in Britain; Defeat of the Saracens at 
Tours; The Norman conquest; The emperor Henry iv at Canossa; The 
first crusade; The signing of magna charta; Dawn of the reformation; 
Defeat of the Spanish armada; The maintenance of the " petition of 
right; " Surrender of Napoleon Bonaparte; Restoration of the German 
empire. 

Archery. Hansard, G. A. Book of archery, ancient and modern. 1841. 635.19 

Thompson, M. The witchery of archery. [1879.] 635.5 

Note. See CasseU's Book of sports and pastimes, and Sharpe's article in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. a. 

Archie Lovell. [A novel.] Edwardes, Annie 948.9 

Architects. Clement, C. E. Painters, sculptors, architects, etc., and 

their works. 1879. R. L. 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865 R. L. 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects [1200-1574]. 

I877-79- 7'4-i8 

Architecture. Bloxam, M. H. Principles of Gothic ecclesiastical archi- 
tecture. 1859 626.16 

Chambers's miscellany. Architecture v. 12 of 1232.7 

Cummings, C. A. Architecture in Boston. v. 4 of 878.20 

Davidson, £. A. Gothic stonework. History and principles of church 

architecture 626.4 

Downing, A. J. Landscape gardening. With remarks on rural archi- 
tecture. [1875.] 667.55 

Rural essays. 1881 667.59 

Eastlake, C. L. A history of the Gothic revival. 1872 627.23 

Fergusson, J. History of architecture in all countries. 1874 627.9 

History of Indian and eastern architecture. 1876. . ^ . . . . 627.11 

History of the modern styles of architecture. 1873 627.10 

Freeman, £. A. Historical and architectural sketches. 1876. . . . 235.8 

Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of Venice. 1881. . 235.9 

Fryer, W. J.,/r. Architectural iron work. 1876. 678.31 

Gardner, £. C. Common sense in church building. 1880 626.2 

Homes and how to make them. 1878 626.7 

Illustrated homes. 1875 626.8 

Gwilt, J. Encyclopaedia of architecture. 1876. R. L. 

Holly, H. H. Modern dwellings in town and country. 1878. . . . 627.15 

Horton, C. W. Architecture for general students. 1878 626.11 

Jarves, J. J. Art-hints. Architecture, sculpture, and painting. 1855.. 612.27 

Kingsley, C. Grots and groves. [A lecture.] 191 7. 10 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. * *6i7*i8 

Lefevre, A. Wonders of architecture. 1870 524*3 

Luebke, W. Ecclesiastical art in Germany during the middle ages. 

1876 627.22 

Narjoux, F. Notes and sketches of an architect. 1875 232.41 

Nesfield, W. E. Specimens of mediaeval architecture. [100 plates.] 

1862 R.L. 

Norton, C. E. Historical studies of church building in the middle 

ages. 1880 627.5 



48 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Architecture, continued. 

Oakey, A. F. Building a home. 1881 628.19 

Parker, J. H. Glossary of terms used in architecture. 1875 R. L. 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France v. 1 of 614.14 

Richardson, C. J. House-building, from a cottage to a mansion. 1873. 626.25 

Ruskin, J. Influence of the imagination in architecture. [A lecture.] . 611.22 

The poetry of architecture. 1873 626.35 

The seven lamps of architecture. 1880 626.33 

The stones of Venice. 1881 626.34 

Same. Plates. [Engravings and lithographs.] 188 1. . . . 62647 

Schlegel, K. W. F. von. Principles of Gothic architecture. .... 1 138.7 

Spencer, H. The source of architectural types. [An essay.] .... 1726.15 

Stevenson, J. J. House architecture. 1880 627.29 

Tuthill, W. B. Interiors and interior details : fifty-two plates. With 

notes on wood finish. 1882 629.35 

Viollet-le-Duc, E. E. Discourses on architecture. 1875 627.34 

The story of a house. 1874 626.40 

Wheeler, G. Homes for the people. [1867.] 626.18 

Woodward, G. E. Cottages and farm houses. [1867.] 626.22' 

Suburban and country houses. [1873.] 626.19 

"Woodward, G. E. and F. W. Country homes. 1865 626.28 

Note. The concise history of architecture by Lewis and Street, in the Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica, has appended a bibliography of the subject and a 
glossary of terms. See also Archaeology, Art, Building, Decorative art. 

Arctic regions. Beesly, A. H. Sir John Franklin. [An account of his 

three Arctic expeditions.] 1881 741*20 

Blake, E. V., ed. Arctic experiences : containing Capt Tyson's won- 
derful drift on the ice-floe, a history of the Polaris expedition, the 
cruise of the Tigress, and rescue of the Polaris survivors. 

[1871-73.] 327.27 

Chambers's papers for the people. Arctic explorations. ... v. 2 of 1232.15 

Gilder, W. H. Schwatka's search. Sledging in the Arctic in quest of 

the Franklin records. [1878-80.] 327.23 

Hall, C. F. Arctic researches and life among the Esquimaux : expedi- 
tion in search of Sir John Franklin. 1860-62 327.25 

Hartwig, G. The polar world : Arctic and Antarctic regions. 1874. . 327.9^ 

Hayes, I. I. An Arctic boat journey. 1854 326.17 

Cast away in the cold. 1879 1 14.6 

The land of desolation : observation and adventure in Greenland. 

[1869.] 326.16 

The open polar sea. [1860-61.] 326.28 

Kane, E. K. Arctic explorations: the second and last United States 

Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin. [1853-55.] 3 2 7-7 
The United States Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Frank- 
lin. [1850-51.] , 327.22 

Koldewey, K., and others. German Arctic expedition, 1869-70, and 

narrative of the wreck of the " Hansa " in the ice 327.30 

Lamont, J. Seasons with the sea-horses. [Trip to Spitzbergen, 1859.] 326.39 

Yachting in the Arctic seas. [1869-71.] 326.34 

Leslie, A. Arctic voyages of Nordenskiold. 1858-79 327.15 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1879 1812.5 



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Arctic regions, continued. 

McClintock, Sir F. L. In the Arctic seas. Discovery of the fate of 

Sir John Franklin and his companions. [1857-59.] 326.22 

M'Dougall, G. F. Voyage of H. M. discovery ship "Resolute" in 

search of Sir John Franklin. 1852-54. 327.19 

MacGahan, J. A. Under the northern lights. [Cruise of the Pan- 
dora, 1875.] 3 26 -3! 

Markham, A. H. The great frozen sea. Voyage of the " Alert " during 

the Arctic expedition of 1875-76. 326.12 

Whaling cruise to Baffin's bay; and an account of the rescue of 

the crew of the Polaris. [1873.] 326.27 

Markham, C. R. The threshold of the unknown region. [Arctic 

explorations, 1 556-1875.] 326.19 

Nordenskiold, A. E. Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe. 

[1878-80.] 1882 327.20 

Osborn, S. The discovery of the North-west passage. From the logs 

and journals of Capt. McClure. 1850-54 327.18 

Payer, J. New lands within the Arctic circle: discoveries of the 

Austrian ship Tegetthoff, 1872-74 327.12 

Proctor, R. A. The secret of the North pole. [An essay.] . . . . 416.14 

Realm of the ice king. [1 553-1873.] 326.9 

Sargent, E. Arctic adventure by sea and land. [1000-1855.] .... 326.13 
Verne, J. The great explorers of the nineteenth century. 1881. . . 215.12 
Whymper, F. The heroes of the Arctic. 867-1875 326.5 



Not*. For historical summaries of Arctic exploration see Markham's Thresh- 

[crocs of the Arctic, Sargent's 
world, chap. 31-33. A chrono- 



old of the unknown region, Whymper's 

Arctic adventure, and Hartwig s Polar 
1 • * :ti u_ e i:_ tji_i «. 



explo 
r's H< 



logical summary will be found in Blake's Arctic experiences, pp. 414-21. 
See also Greenland, Iceland, North-west passage, Nova Zeinbla, 
Siberia, Spitsbergen. 

Arculf, or Arculphus, French bishop. Travels in the Holy Land, towards 

A. D. 700. See Wright, T. Early travels in Palestine 238.10 

Arden of Feversham : a tragedy. Lillo, G v. 2 of 1859.9 

Ardennes. Macquoid, K. S. In the Ardennes. 188 1 232.28 

A ret I no. See Spinelli. 

Arey, Henry W. The Girard college and its founder. Phila., 1856. 12 . 1764.12 

Argentine republic Page, T. J. La Plata, etc. 1853-56. 338.34 

Sarmiento, D. F. Life in the Argentine republic. [1810-35.] • - • 879.2 

Note. See Gallenga's South America, and Parish's historical sketch in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. a. 

Argles, M. Beauty's daughters. Philadelphia, 1880. 12 942.26 

Faith and unfaith. Philadelphia, 1882. 12 942.28 

Mrs. Geoffrey. Philadelphia, 188 1. 12 942.27 

Molly Bawn. Philadelphia, 1882. 12° 942.29 

Phyllis. Philadelphia, 1880. 12 942.25 

Argonauts. Kingsley, C. The heroes ; or, Greek fairy tales. .... 136.33 

Niebuhr, B. G. Greek hero-stories. 1879 1 3&- l 7 

Argyll, or Argyle, Dukes of. See Campbell, Archibald, George Douglas 
Glassell, and John. 

Arian controversy. See Allen, J. H. Fragments of Christian history. . 1 654.1 

Note. Further references to Arianism will be found in Milman's History of 
Christianity, vol. 2-3, and in Blunt's Dictionary of sects. 



50 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Ariosto, Ludovico, Italian poet, b. 1474, d. 1533. Orlando Furioso. Trans- 
lated into English verse, with notes, by W. S. Rose. New edition. 
With engravings [and portrait]. London, 1876-77. 2 v. 12 . . 1829.15 
Hunt, J. H. L. Stories from the Italian poets : with lives of the writers. 

v. 2 of 951.12 

Not*. Consult the histories of literature by HaHam and Simonde de Sismondi, 
and Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe. 

Aristidks, Athenian statesman and general, d. B. c. 468. See Plutarchus. 

Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 2 of 743.28 

Aristippus, Greek philosopher, flourished B. c. 366. Flnelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743-3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 1712.19 

Aristophanes, Greek comic poet, b. B.C. 444,4/. 380? Comedies. A new 

translation, with notes, by W. J. Hickie. [Portrait.] London, 

1859-65. 2 v. 12 1856.9 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The Achamians; The knights; The clouds; The wasps; Peace; 
The birds. 
II. Ly&tstrata; Thesmophoriazusse ; The frogs; Ecclesiazusss; 
Plutus. 

Collins, W. L. Aristophanes. 1879. 1855-21 

Mahaffy, J. P. History of classical Greek literature. 1880. . v. 1 of 11 16.27 
Symonds, J. A. Studies of the Greek poets v. 2 of 19254 

Aristoteles, Greek philosopher, b. B. c. 384, d. 322. Nicomachean ethics. 

Translated, with notes, by R. W. Browne. London, 1877. 12 . 1848.7 
Treatise on rhetoric. Also, The poetic Translated by T. Buckley. 

[Portrait] London, 1872. 12 1848.6 

Bain, A. Moral science. [The ethical systems.] 1875 1716.19 

Blackie, J. S. Four phases of morals. 1874 1716.16 

Flnelon, F. de S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers. . 743.3 

Grant, Sir A. Aristotle. 1877 I ^55- I 5 

Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library. [Biographical sketch.] v. 14 of 522.5 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 17 12.19 

Mahaffy, J. P. History of classical Greek literature. 1880. . v. 2 of 1116.27 

Mill, J. S. Dissertations and discussions v. 5 of 1916.25 

Newman, J. H., cardinal. Poetry with reference to Aristotle's poetics. 

[An essay.] v. 1 of 1918.27 

Arithmetic. Atkins, E. Pure mathematics v. 1 of 41 1.5 

Greenleaf, B. New practical arithmetic. 1874 412.7 

Hagar, D. B. Common school arithmetic. [1871.] 412.12 

Olney, £. Science of arithmetic. 1876 412-4 

Thomson, J. B. New practical arithmetic 1875 412.8 

Arizona. Browne, J. R. Adventures in the Apache country. [1863-64.] 335.18 

Resources of the Pacific slope. 1869. 679.14 

Mowry, S. Arizona and Sonora: geography, history, and resources. 

1864 335.29 

Pumpelly, R. Across America and Asia, [i860.] 217.6 

Rideing, W. H. A-saddle in the wild West. [1875.] 335-8 

Ark, The, of Elm island. [A book for boys.] Kellogg, E 124.3 

Arkansas. King, E. The great South. 1875 339-24 

Nordhoff, C. The cotton states. 1876. 329-56 



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Ark WRIGHT, Sir Richard, English manufacturer, b. 1732, d. 1792. See 

Brightwell, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and the workshop. . . . 147*5 

Arlington, Earl of. See Bennet, Henry. 

Arlington, Mass. Cutter, W. R. History of Arlington. [1635-1879.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Armada, Spanish. Archer, T. Decisive events in history 811.59 

Creasy, Sir E. S. Fifteen decisive battles. Marathon to Waterloo. . 811.44 

Note. See Knight's History of England, vol. 3, Campbell's British admirals, 

and Froucres England, vol. is. 

• 

Armadale. [A novel.] Collins, W. W 924.2 

Arm and : a drama. Ritchie, Anna C v. 26-27 of 1857.3 

Armgart. [A dramatic poem.] Cross, Mary Ann 1827.15 

Armies. See Military science and art. 

Arms and armor. Demmin, A. Illustrated history of arms and armour. 1877. 621.19 
Lacombe, P. Arms and armour in antiquity and the middle ages. 
With chapters on arms and armour in England, by C. Boutell. 

1876. 5*5-3 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. . *6i7.i8 
Maskell, W. The industrial arts. [1876.] 625.37 

Note. See Anderson's historical sketch in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. a. 
See alto Fire-arms. 

Armstrong, John. Life of Anthony Wayne. [Sparks, J., ed. Library 

of American biography.] v. 4 of 762.5 

Life of Richard Montgomery. [Sparks, J., ed. Library of American 

biography.] v. 1 of 762.5 

Armstrong, Robert. On the construction of steam-boilers, and on smoke 

prevention. See Campin, F. Treatise on mechanical engineering. . . 676.33 

Army and navy series. [Stories of the rebellion.] See Adams, William T. 

Army life in Russia. [1877-78.] Greene, F. V 853.12 

Army life on the border. [1836-66.] Marcy, R. B 334-45 

Army of the Cumberland. Cist, H. M. Army of the Cumberland. 

[1861-63.] 1882 869.7 

Van Home, T. B. Army of the Cumberland. 1875 868.42 

See also Adnata, Mission ridge, Sherman's campaigns and memoirs, John- 
son's Life of Gen. Thomas, and the general histories of the civil war. 

Army of the Potomac Swinton, W. Campaigns of the Army of the 

Potomac. [1861-65.] 868.48 

See also Antietam, ChancellorsTille, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Peninsula, 
and the histories of the civil war. 

Army of Virginia. Gordon, G. H. Campaign of the Army of Virginia, 

1862. 1880. 868.49 

Ropes, J. C. The army under Pope, 1862. 1881 869.4 

Arnauld, Jacqueline Marie Ang&ique, abbess of Port Royal \ b. 1591, d. 1661. 

Martin, F. Angelique Arnauld. [A biography.] 759- I 9 

Stephen, Sir J. The Port-Royalists. [An essay.] 1918.23 

Arne, Thomas Augustine, English music composer, b. 17 10, d. 1778. See 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. ... .... 714. 11 

Arne. A sketch of Norwegian country life. Bjornson, B 95 2 <6 

Arnim, Bettina Brentano von, b. 1785, d. 1859. Goethe's correspondence 

with a child. [With a diary and poems.] Boston, 1859. 12 ... 1929.20 
Arnim, Harry Karl Eduard, graf von, German statesman, b. 1824. See 

Tuttle, H. German political leaders 75&6 

See also Men of the time for 1879. 



52 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Arnold, Arthur. Through Persia by caravan. New York, 1877. 12 . 244.10 
Arnold, Benedict, American general and traitor, b. 1740, d. 1801. Par- 
ton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7*9- I 7 

Sparks, J. Life and treason of Arnold v. 3 of 762.5 

Not*. Consult Lossing's Field-book of the rerolutton and Life of Schuyler, 
Bancroft's United States, Sargent's Andrtf, and Thacher's Military journal. 

Arnold, Edwin, English poet, b. 1832. The light of Asia ; being the life 

and teaching of Gautama. Boston, 1880. 12 1825.27 

Poems. Boston, 1880. 12 1825.26 

Contents. The Indian song of songs; Miscellaneous poems. 

Arnold, Rev. Frederick. Oxford and Cambridge. With engravings. 

London, N. D. Sq. 8° 1765.26 

Turning-points in life. New York, [1875.] I2 ° 1718-31 

Arnold, George. Fitz-James O'Brien's personal characteristics. See 

O'Brien, F.J. Poems 1131.19 

Arnold, Howard Payson. European mosaic. Boston, 1864. 12 . . . 234.11 

Gleanings from Pontresina and the upper Engadine. Bost., 1880. 12 . 233.19 

Arnold, Matthew, English poet and critic, b. 1822. Culture and anarchy. 

Second edition. New York, 1875. 12 1915*21 

Essay on the genius of Maurice de Guerin. See GueVin, G. M. de. 

Journal 748.11 

Essays in criticism. New York, 1877. 1 2° 1926.17 

Contents. The function of criticism at the present time; The literary influ- 
ence of academies; Maurice de Gutfrin; Eugenie de Gutfrin; Keinrich 
Heine; Pagan and mediaeval religious sentiment; Toubert; Spinosa; 
Marcus Aurelius; On translating Homer; A French Eton. 

General introduction to Ward's English poets. See Ward, T. H., ed. 

The English poets v. 1 of 1818.9 

God and the Bible. Review of objections to " Literature and dogma." 

Boston, 1876. 12 16144 

Higher schools and universities in Germany. London, 1874. 12 . . 1765.8 
Literature and dogma : an essay towards a better apprehension of the 

Bible. New York, 1877. 12 1614.10 

Mixed essays. New York, 1879. I2 ° 1915.20 

Contents. Democracy; Equality; Irish Catholicism and British liberalism; 
" Porro unum est necessarium; " A guide to English literature; Falk- 
land; A French critic on Milton; A French critic on Goethe; George 
Sand. 

On the study of Celtic literature. London, 1867. 8° 1114*31 

Poems. New and complete edition. New York, 1879. 8° . . . . 182540 

Nadal, E. S. Matthew Arnold. [An essay.] 1938.27 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. 1876 I 9 2 5-37 

Note. See Men of the time for 1879. and a paper in Scribner's monthly, vol. 33. 

Arnold, Samuel Greene. History of Rhode Island and Providence plan- 
tations, 1636-1790. [With map.] New York, 1859-78. 2 v. 8° . . 875.22 
Arnold, Thomas, master of Rugby school, b. 1795, **. x ^42. History of 

Rome [to B.C. 201]. New York, 1877. 3 v. in 1. 8° 819.26 

History of the later Roman commonwealth, and of the reign of Augus- 
tus. With a life of Trajan. [B.C. 201-A. D. 117.] New York, 

1846. 2 v. in 1. 8° 819.27 

Introductory lectures on modern history. New York, 1878. 12 . . 811.29 



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Arnold, Thomas, continued. 

Miscellaneous works. [1829-41.] London, 1874. 8° .... 1 127.15 

Contents. Christian duty of conceding the Roman Catholic claims : Essay on 
the social progress of states; Extracts from the Englishman's register; 
Letters to ' Sheffield courant," 1831-2; Preface to " Poetry of common 
life;" Principles of church reform; Rugby school — use of the classics; 
Discipline in public schools; Preface to the third volume of the edition of 
Thucydides; Lecture on the divisions of knowledge; Order of deacons; 
Letters to " Hertford reformer/' 1837-41. 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147.7 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7 JII 9 

Stanley, A. P. Life and correspondence of Thomas Arnold 734*5 

Not*. The life by Stanley is the most important. See School days at Rugby, 
by T. Hughes, and Hoppin's Old England. 

Arnould, Madeleine Sophie, French actress and singer % b. 1744, </. 1803. 

See Ferris, G. T. Great singers v. 1 of 714.5 

Arnoux, L. Pottery. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] 

v. 7 of 673.5 

Around a spring. [A novel.] Droz, G 979. 11 

Around the hub. A boy's book about Boston. Drake, S. A 128.20 

Around the world in eighty days. Verne, J 959. 10 

Around the world in the yacht *' Sunbeam." [1876-77.] Brassey, Annie. . 214.12 

Around the Yule log. [A book for young people.] Markham, R. . . . 128.23 
Arr, E. H., pseud. See Rollins, Ellen H. 

Arrah Neil, or, times of old. James, G. P. R. 913.3 

Arran, Earl of. See Hamilton, James. 

Arrows of the chace : letters, 1840-80. Ruskin, J 1928.25 

Art. Fine arts. 

Allston, W. Lectures on art. 1850 613.4 

Atkinson, J. B. An art tour to northern capitals of Europe. [1870.] . 223.30 

Barnard, G. Drawing from nature ; [also] Lectures on art. 1877. . . 617.31 
Bell, Sir C. Anatomy and philosophy of expression as connected with 

the fine arts. 1877 611.3 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Art in America. 1880 615.34 

Contemporary art in Europe. 1877 615.29 

What is art. [A lecture.] 1877 611.27 

Brown, J. Notes on art v. 1 of 1914.17 

Clement, C. E. A handbook of legendary and mythological art 1880. 612.24 

Couture, T. Conversations on art methods. 1879 612.7 

D'Anvers, N. Elementary history of art. 1874 613.8 

Dexter, A. The fine arts in Boston ' v. 4 of 878.20 

Eastlake, Sir C. L. Contributions to the literature of the fine arts. 1870. 613.23 

Emerson, R. W. Art. [An essay.] v. 1 of 1 131. 13 

Society and solitude v. 2 of 1 131. 13 

Fairholt, F. W. Dictionary of terms in art R. L. 

Rambles of an archaeologist : papers on art 187 1 622.35 

Fiske, J. A philosophy of art [An essay.] 1937.27 

Hamerton, P. G. The graphic arts in comparison with each other and 

with nature. 1882 612.17 

Thoughts about art. 1878 612.16 

Hazlitt, W. On the progress of art. [An essay.] 1914.26 

Hunt, W. M. Talks on art. 1880 613.27 



54 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Art. Fine arts, continued, 

Jameson, A. M. Legends of the madonna as represented in the fine 

arts. 1867 613.12 

Legends of the monastic orders as represented in the fine arts. 1 872. 61 3. 1 8 

Sacred and legendary art. 1879. 613.17 

Sketches of art, literature, and character. 1876. 1927.12 

Jameson, A. M., and Eastlake, E., lady. History of our Lord as exem- 
plified in works of art. 1865 613.13 

Jarves, J. J. Art-hints. 1855 612.27" 

Art studies : the " old masters " of Italy. 1861 615.33 

Glimpse at the art of Japan. 1876. 612.18 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. . ^617.18 

Leslie, F. Fine arts. [Paris exposition, 1867.] v. 1 of 1555.7 

Lessing, G. E. Laocoon. With remarks on ancient art. 1880. . . . 612.10 

Luebke, W. Ecclesiastical art in Germany during the middle ages. 1876. 627.22 

Outlines of the history of art. 1879 614.23 

Morris, W. Hopes and fears for art. 1882 61 2.1 1 

Mueller, K. O. Ancient art and its remains. 1852 614.17 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. . . . 1948.34 

Palgrave, F. T. Essays on art. 1867 612.13 

Pater, W. H. The renaissance: studies in art and poetry. 1877. . . 614.5 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France. 1879. 614.14 

The Portfolio: an artistic periodical. 1870-81 R. L. 

Poynter, E. J. Ten lectures on art. 1880. 613.9 

Reid, J. T. Art rambles in the highlands and islands of Scotland. [1876.] 22443 

Art rambles in Shetland. [1869.] 224.39 

Reynolds, Sir J. Discourses [on the fine arts] 11 25.9 

Ruskin, J. The eagle's nest. Relation of natural science to art 1873. 611. 21 

Mornings in Florence : studies in Christian art. 1878 611. 16 

The political economy of art. 1876 611.19 

The two paths : lectures on art. 1875 611.22 

Sandhurst, P. T., and otters. The great centennial exhibition. 1876. . 673.26 

Schlegel, K. W. F. von. Letters on Christian art [1802-4.]. • • • * l &-7 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865 R. L. 

Story, W. W. Fine arts. [Paris exposition, 1878.] . . . . v. 2 of 1555.12 

Symonds, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. The fine arts v. 3 of 614.12 

Taine, H. A. Lectures on art. 1875-77 613.7 

Torrey, J. Theory of fine art. 1874 612.5 

Tyrwhitt, R. St. J. Christian art and symbolism. 1872 612.21 

Viardot, L. Wonders of European art 187 1 .' . . 524.5 

Wonders of Italian art. 1875 524.4 

Weeks, A. M. An art-student in Munich. [1850-53.] 232.12 

Wheeler, W. A. and C. G. Familiar allusions : including the names of 

celebrated statues, paintings, palaces, ruins, etc 1882 R. L. 

Winckelmann, J. J. History of ancient art. 1880 614.10 

Wright, T. A history of caricature and grotesque in art. 1875. . . . 624.32 

Note. See the biographies of Allegri da Correggio, Canova, Duerer, Holbein, 
Hogarth, Leonardo da Vinci. Michael Angdo Buonarotti, Raphael, Thor- 
valdsen, and other distinguished artists. 

Set also ^Esthetics, Archaeology, Architecture, Artists, Decorative and 
household art, Drawing, Engraving, Etching, Geins, Illumination, Indus- 
trial and useful arts, Music, Painting, Sculpture. Special art references 
will be found under the following headings — Athens, England, Germany, 
Greece, Italy, Japan, Persia, Rome, Spain, United States. 



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Art, continued. Industrial and useful arts. 

Annual record of science and industry. 1871-78 543-3 

Barnard, F. A. P. Industrial arts. [Paris exposition, 1867.] . v. 3 of 15557 

Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes, and industrial statistics. 1876-77. 673.4 

Bcvan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries. 1876-77. . . . 673.5 

Bolles, A. S. The industrial history of the United States. 1879. . . 673.28 
Brande, W. T., and Cox, Sir G. W. Dictionary of science, literature, 

and art 1875 R. L. 

Burty, P. Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. 1869. 625.35 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. . *6i7.i8 

Lossing, B. J. History of American industries and arts. [1878.] . . 679.20 

Maskell, W. The industrial arts. [1876.] 625.37 

Maskell, W., ed. South Kensington museum art handbooks. See 

Maskell, W. 

Nichols, G. W. Art education applied to industry. 1877 625.42 

Northrop, B. G. Education and industrial arts. [A lecture.] .... 1763.43 

Sandhurst, P. T., and others. The great centennial exhibition. 1876. . 673.26 

Scientific American. An illustrated journal of art, etc 1859-81. . . 529.5 

Smith, W. Art education, scholastic and industrial. 1872 624.42 

Tomlinson, C. Cyclopaedia of useful arts. [1866.] R. L. 

Wheat ley, H. B., and Delamotte, P. H. Handbooks of practical art. 

See Wheatley, H. B. 
Wright, C. D., and Wadlin, H. G. The industries of Boston in the 

last hundred years v. 4 of 878.20 

Yeats, J. The technical history of commerce ; or, skilled labour applied 

to production. [1871.] 671.19 

See alto Agriculture, Building, Carpentry and Joinery, Ceramic art, Domestic 
science, Engineering, Furniture, Glass, Gold and silver work, Inventions. 
Manufactures, Mechanics and machinery, Medicine, Metals, Mines and 
mining, Photography, Pottery and porcelain, Printing, Wood-carving. 

Art and artifice : an original drama. Brougham, J v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

Art at home series. Garrett, R. and A. Suggestions for house decoration. 

[Illustrated.] Philadelphia, N. D. 12 628.15 

Glaister, E. Needlework. With illustrations. London, 1880. 12 . 628.8 

Hullah, J. Music in the house. Philadelphia, N. D. 12 628.16 

Lang, A. The library. [Illustrated.] London, 1881. 12° . . . . 628.9 
Loftie, W. J. A plea for art in the house. [Illustrated.] Philadel- 
phia, n. D. 12 628.17 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Dress. [Illustrated.] Philadelphia, N. D. 12 . 628.18 
Pollock, W. H., and Pollock, J., lady. Amateur theatricals. London, 

1879. 12 628.7 

Art of beautifying suburban home grounds. Scott, F. J 667.56 

Art of beauty. Haweis, Mrs. H. R 669.18 

Art of prolonging life. Huf eland, C. W 641.35* 

Art of war. See Military science. 

Artaxerxrs. II, king 0/ Persia, d. B.C. 362. See Plutarchus. Lives [of 

ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Artemus W r ard, pseud. See Browne, Charles F. 

Artesian wells. See Timbs, J. Wonderful inventions 671.9 

Artevelde, Jakob van, brewer of Ghent, Flemish patriot, d. 1345. See 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe 147.10 



56 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Artevelde, Philip van, Flemish patriot, 6. 1340, d. 1382. See Hewlett, 

H. G. Heroes of Europe 147.10 

Arthur, mythical king of Britain, 6th century. Bulfinch, T. Age of 

chivalry ; or, legends of king Arthur. [1858.] 1729.15 

Cox, Sir G. W., and Jones, E. H. Popular romances of the middle 

ages. 1880. 1729-19 

Mabinogion. The boy's Mabinogion, being the earliest Welsh tales of 

king Arthur. Edited by S. Lanier. 1881 127.34 

Malory, Sir T. Morte Darthur : book of king Arthur and of his noble 

knights of the round table. 1868 1729.9 

Same. The boy's king Arthur. Edited by S. Lanier. 1881. . . 127.33 

Morris, W. Defence of Guenevere. [A poem.] 1826.26 

Tennyson, A. Idylls of the king. [Poems.] . . . 1826.31 ; v. 5-6 of 1826.39 

Morte d' Arthur. [A poem.] 1826.31 ; v. 1 of 1826.39 

Turner, S. History of the Anglo-Saxons. v. 1 of 823.25 

Arthur I, duke of Brittany, 6. 1187, d. 1202. See James, G. P. R. Dark 

scenes of history 841.24 

Arthur, Archibald, Scottish divine, b. 1744, d. 1797. See McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy. '7 13*25 

Arthur, Timothy Shay, American author, b. 1809. The angel of the 

household, and other tales. Philadelphia, N. D. 16 97*-5 

History of Connecticut [and other states]. See Carpenter, William H. 
Household library. Married life, its shadows and sunshine; Home 

scenes and home influence. Philadelphia, 1859. 12 . . . 971.13 
Seed-time and harvest ; Off-hand sketches. Phila., 1859. 12 . . 971.14 
Stories for young housekeepers ; Stories for parents. Philadelphia, 

1859. 12 971.12 

The two wives ; Lessons in life. Philadelphia, 1859. 12 ... 971. 11 

Woman's trials ; The ways of Providence. Phila., 1859. 12 . . 971.9 

Words for the wise ; The tried and the tempted. Phila., 1859. 12 . 971.10 

Ten nights in a bar-room and what I saw there. Phila., N. D. 16 . . 971.6 

Three years in a man-trap. Philadelphia, 1872. 12 971.16 

Arthur, Timothy Shay, and Carpenter, William H. History of Georgia. 

[17 19-1849.] Philadelphia, 1852. 16 871.22 

History of Kentucky. [1 747-1850.] Philadelphia, 1869. 16 . . . 871.10 
History of Virginia. [1 584-1845.] Philadelphia, 1853. 16 . . . . 871.20 

Arthur Bonnicastle. An American novel. Holland, J. G 975- 2 3 

Arthur Brown, the young captain. [A story for boys.] Kellogg, E. . . 124.7 

Arthur Gordon Pym. [A nautical story.] Poe, E. A v. 4 of 1 131.24 

Arthur Mervyn. Brown, C. B v. 2-3 of 971.21 

Artists. Clement, C. E. Painters, sculptors, architects, engravers, and 

their works. 1879 R. L. 

Clement, C. E., and Hutton, L. Artists of the nineteenth century and 

their works. 1879 R.L» 

Fairholt, F. W. Homes, haunts, and works of Rubens, Vandyke, 

Rembrandt, etc. 1871 619.19 

Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 1873 619.20 

Foa, E. Boy artists. 1868 147-3 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719-24 

Hazlitt, W. The old age of artists. [An essay.] 1914.25 



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Artists, continued. 

Illustrated biographies of the great artists. See Illustrated biographies. 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865. R. L. 

Sweetser, M. F., ed. Artist-biographies. See Sweetser. 

Thornbury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. 1861. . . 714.28 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects 714.18 

See also Architects, Engravers, Etchers, Painters, Sculptors. For the lives 
and work of individual artists, see references under their names. 

Artists and Arabs ; or, sketching in sunshine. Blackburn, H 3 2I -3 

Arundel, Earl of. See Fitzalan, Henry. 

Arundel, Earl of. See Howard, Philip. 

Arundel, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, lord chancellor, b. 1375, d. 

1408. See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors. . .v. I of 715.10 

Arundel and Surrey, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas. 

Arundel motto, The. A novel. Hay, Mary C 939- 38 

A run dell, Blanche Somerset, baroness of Wardour, b. 1583, d. 1649. &' 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 4 of 718.9 

Aryans. Baldwin, J. D. Pre-historic nations. 1877 433. 12 

Cox, Sir G. W. Mythology of the Aryan nations. 187a 1665.28 

Hearn, W. E. The Aryan household : its structure and its develop- 
ment 1879. 1768.21 

Mueller, F. M. Chips from a German workshop. ..... v. 1 of 1929.23 

Sacred laws of the Aryas. Translated by G. Buhler. v. 2 of 1667.5 

Whitney, W. D. Aryan mythology. [An essay.] v. 2 of 11 12.22 

Note. See Prof. Max M tiller's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. a, 
and papers in the Atlantic monthly, vol. 47. 

As you like it : a comedy. Shakespeare, W. 

v. 9 of 1857.3 ; 1865.3 ; v. 4 of 1866.7 » v. 3 of *i858.7 
Asbury twins, The. [Sequel to Our Helen.] Clarke, Rebecca S. . . . 134.22 
Ascension island. Gill, Mrs. D. Six months in Ascension. [1877-78.] . 344.16 
Ascham, Roger, English teacher and author, b. 151 5, d. 1568. The schole- 

master, 157a Lond., 1870. 16 . [Arber, "E.,ed. English reprints.] 1763.7 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons. v. 2 of 11 22. 17 

Aschenbroedel. [A novel.] Boston, 1882. 16 . [No name series.] . . 968.20 
Ashantee. Skertchly, J. A. Dahomey: [with] appendix on Ashantee. 

[1871O 324.28 

Smith, S. Mission to Ashantee. [1819.] 1914.21 

Stanley, H. M. Coomassie. [British campaign in Ashantee, 1873-74.] 324.35 
Ashburton, Harriet, lady, d. 1857. See Milnes, R. M., lord Houghton. 

Monographs, personal and social 1918.22 

Ashby, Mass. Tinker, F. History of Ashby. [1 748-1879.] . . . v. 1 of 878.26 
Ashland, Mass. Ellis, W. F., and Grout, E. History of Ashland. 

[1662-1879.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Ashmun, John Hooker, American jurist, b. 1800, d. 1833. See Story, J. 

Miscellaneous writings 1 136. 17 

Asia. Bumaby, F. A ride to Khiva. [1875-76.] 243$ 

Goodrich, S. G. History of all nations, to 1852 v. 1 of 8 19.42 

Heeren, A. H. L. Politics, intercourse, and trade of the Asiatic nations. 

v. 2-3 of 813.16 



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Asia, continued. 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, 

Arabia, Turkestan, Afghanistan. 1878. 181 1.7 

Persia, India, Chinese empire, Japanl 1878 181 1.8 

Syria. 1878 18 1 1.9 

MacGahan, J. A. Campaigning on the Oxus. [1873.] 243*10 

Polo, M. Book of Ser Marco Polo, concerning the kingdoms and mar- 
vels of the East [1260-95]. 1875 3*4-8 

Pumpelly, R. Across America and Asia. [1860-65.] 217.6 

Schuyler, E. Turkistan. [Journey in central Asia, 1873-74.] .... 243.7 

Taylor, B. Central Asia. [1 269-1873.] 3*2.5 

Upton, E. The armies of Asia and Europe : with letters descriptive 

of a journey from Japan to the Caucasus. 1878 1749.26 

Wood, J. A journey to the source of the river Oxus. [1836-38.] . . 24313 

See also Afghanistan, Amoor, Arabia, Asia Minor, Assyria, Babylonia, China, 
East, India, Japan, Palestine, Persia, Siam, Siberia, Syria, Turkey. 

Asia Minor. Anderson, R. History of the missions of the American 

board v. 3-4 of 1663.12 

Bennet, J. H. Winter and spring on the shores of the Mediterranean. 

[1859-74.] 234.29 

Burnaby, F. On horseback through Asia Minor. [1876-77.] .... 243.3 

De Hass, F. S. Recent travels and explorations in Bible lands. 1880. 239.13 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878. . 181 1.7 

Rawlinson, G. Physical and political geography of Asia Minor, v. 1 of 812.23 

Smith, P. Ancient history of the East 1878 811.46 

Taylor, B. The lands of the Saracens. [1852.] 238.29 

Van Lennep, H. J. Bible lands : their modern customs and manners. 239.22 

Asinaria: a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 1 of 1856.15 

Aslauga's knight. [A tale.] La Motte Fouque\ F. H. K. de 953.8 

Asmodeus : a drama. Archer, T v. 26-27 of 1857.3 

Asp asia, of Miletus, wife of Pericles. Clarke, M. C. World-noted women. 

1868 719.26 

Lloyd, W. W. Age of Pericles v. 2 of 817.27 

Assaying. North, O. The practical assayer. 1874. 675*17 

Note. See Quantitative chemical analysis by Fresenius, Elderhorst's Blow- 
pipe analysis, and the article by Crookes in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
vol. 2. 

Asser, Anglo-Saxon writer, qth century. Annals of the reign of Alfred the 

great See Giles, J. A. Six old English chronicles 823.9 

Assyria. Kitto, J. Scripture lands. [1850.] 238.11 

Lenormant, F., and Chevallier, £. Ancient history of the East. . v. 1 of 811.35 
Rawlinson, G. The five great monarchies of the ancient eastern world. 

v. i~2 of 812.23 

Smith, G. Assyria, to the fall of Nineveh, [b.c. 609.] 1876. . . . 811. 16 

Assyrian discoveries, 1873-74 3 I S- I 3 

Vaux, W. S. W. Nineveh and Persepolis : sketch of ancient Assyria. 811. 17 
See alto Babylonia, Nineveh, and references under Ancient history. 

Aston, Walter, lord, b. 1584, d. 1639. See Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious 

personages of Great Britain. v. 4 of 718.9 

Astor, John Jacob, New York capitalist, founder of the Aster library, b. 

1763, d. 1848. Chambers, W. Stories of remarkable persons. 1878. 7 11. 16 

McCabe, J. D. Great fortunes and how they were made. 187 1. . . 762.21 



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Astor, John Jacob, continued, 

Parton, J. Famous Americans of recent times. 1879 764*5 

Astoria : anecdotes of an enterprise beyond the Rocky mountains. Irving, 

W 334^ 

AstrjEA redux. [A poem.] Dryden, J v. 1 of 18 16.3 

Astrology. Rambosson, J. Astronomy. [With a chapter on astrology.] 422.13 
iVMr. See the article by Jules Andrieu in the Encyclopedia Britannica, rol. a. 

Astronomy. Burr, E. F. Ecce coelura ; or, parish astronomy. [1867.] • 421.24 

Chalmers, T. On the Christian revelation viewed in connection with 

modern astronomy. 1881 1649.44 

Chambers, G. F. Handbook of descriptive astronomy. 1877. . . . 422.24 

Chambers's papers for the people. Astronomy. v. 2 of 1232.15 

Champlin, J. D. Young folks' astronomy. 1881 137.3 

Chauvenet, W. Navigation and nautical astronomy 421.19 

De Quincey, T. System of the heavens as revealed by lord Rosse's 

telescope v. 9 of 1 125.13 

Everett, E. The uses of astronomy. [A discourse.] .... v. 3 of 1137.28 

Flammarion, C. The wonders of the heavens. 1874. 524.11 

Guillemin, A. The heavens : a handbook of popular astronomy. 1878. 422.15 

Heather, J. F. Mathematical instruments. 1877 v. 3 of 672.19 

Helmholtz, H. L. F. Origin of the planetary system. [A lecture.] . v. 2 of 416.12 

Herschel, Sir J. F. W. Addresses, 1827-49; [also] Mechanism of the 

heavens. [An essay.] I 9 I 7-33 

Outlines of astronomy. 1876. 422.5 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von. Cosmos. 187 1 v. 3-4 of 427. 1 1 

Lockyer, J. N. Astronomy. [A book for young people.] 1879. • • 54 2 * 2 

Elementary lessons in astronomy. 1879. 421.6 

Stargazing. [Instrumental astronomy.] 1878 422.16 

Loomis, E. Elements of astronomy. 1869. 421.26 

Mitchel, O. M. The astronomy of the Bible. 1863 421.18 

Newcomb, S. Popular astronomy. 1878 422.10 

Newton, Sir I. Principia. [Also] System of the world. 1848.. . . 415*15 

Pouchet, F. A. The universe. 1870 428.28 

Proctor, R. A. The borderland of science. 1873 4' 7-4 

The ever-widening world of stars ; movements in the star-depths. 

[Essays.] v. 2 of 416.14 

Flowers of the sky. [1880.] 421.9 

Half-hours with the stars : a guide to the constellations. 1880. . . 429 43 

Half-hours with the telescope. [1868.] 4214 

Other worlds than ours. 1879. 421.28 

A star atlas. Twelve maps and two coloured plates. 1874. . . R. L. 

The universe and the coming transits. 1874. 422.19 

Rambosson, J. Astronomy. [1875.] 422.13 

Somerville, M. Connexion of the physical sciences. 1858 416.9 

Whewell, W. History of the inductive sciences. 1875 v. 1 of 417.10 

Whitney, W. D. On the lunar zodiac of India, Arabia, and China. 

[An essay.] v. 2 of 11 12.22 

Not*. See Proctor** treatise, with a bibliography of the subject, in the Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica, vol a. 

For the special departments of astronomy see references under 
Comets and meteors, Eclipses, Jupiter, Mars, Moon, Nebulae, Saturn, 
Spectrum analysis, Sun, Telescope, Venus. 



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Astrophel : a pastorall elegie. Spenser, E v. 3 of 18 17.8 

At home and abroad Ossoli, S. M. F., marehesa d' 3 2 9- x 3 

At home and abroad : life, scenery, and men. Taylor, B 329.17 

At home in Fiji. Cumming, Constance F. G. 343. 17 

At last: a Christmas in the West Indies. Kingsley, C 345-5 

At odds. A novel. Tautphoeus, Jemima M., baronesse von 943. 1 

At Port Royal, 1861. [A poem.] Whittier, J. G v. 7 of 968.29 

At the back of the North wind. MacDonald, G. 1 13.7 

At the councillor's. [A novel.] John, Eugenie 954. 10 

At the North pole; or, the adventures of Captain Hatteras. Verne, J. . . 959.13 

At the sign of the savage. [A story.] Howells, W. D 976.19 

At the South pole. Kingston, W. H. G 125.27 

Atalanta in Calydon : a tragedy. Swinburne, A. C 1825.36 

Atchkrley, Rowland J. Adulterations of food. London, 1874. 16 • . 669^8 

A trip to Boerland. London, 1879. 8° 325.10 

Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, b. 296, d. 373. Stanley, A. P., dean of 

Westminster, Athanasius. [A lecture.] 1655.18 

Not*. See Milman's Latin Christianity, voL 9-3, and Tulloch'i sketch in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 2. 

Atheism. See Flint, R. Anti-theistic theories. 1612.9 

Not*. See Blunt's Dictionary of sects, and papers in the Nineteenth century, 
vol. 7-8. 

Athenagoras, Greek philosopher, 2d century. See Jackson, G. A. The 

apostolic fathers and apologists of the second century 1661.3 

Athens. Boeckh, A. Public economy of the Athenians. 1857. . . . 817.34 

Cox, Sir G. W. The Athenian empire. 1876. 861.36 

Dyer, T. H. Ancient Athens : its history, topography, and remains. . 819.35 

Edwards, M. B. Holiday letters from Athens. [1871.] 236.19 

Fiske, J. Athenian and American life. [An essay.] 1937*27 

Freeman, £. A. The Athenian democracy ; The historians of Athens. 

[Essays.] v. 2 of 1917.26 

First impressions of Athens. [An essay.] ; v. 3 of 1917.26 

Legarl, H. S. The public economy of Athens. [A review.] . . v. 2 of 11 36.6 

Mahaffy, J. P. Rambles and studies in Greece. 1876. ...... 236.14 

Plutarchus. Whether the Athenians were more renowned for their 

warlike achievements or their learning. v. 5 of 1717.15 

Stuart, J., and Revett, N. The antiquities of Athens. 1873 817.9 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. • . . v. 2 of 223.20 

Wordsworth, C. Athens and Attica. [1832-33.] 236.39 

Note. Consult the histories of Greece, Smith's Ancient history, and Herodo- 
tus, vol. 4-5. See also general travels through Greece and the East. 

Athens county, Ohio. Walker, C. M. History of Athens county. . . . 872.30 

Atherstone priory. [A novel.] Comyn, L. N 934- 18 

Athletics. See Physical education. 

Atkins, Edward. Pure mathematics. London, 1875-77. 2 v. 12 • . 41 1.5 

Atkinson, Edward. Boston as a centre of manufacturing capital. [Win- 

sor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

Labor and capital allies, not enemies. New York, 1879. 3 2 ° • • • ! 757-3 
The railroads of the United States a potent factor in the politics of that 

country and of Great Britain. Boston, 1881. L. 8° . . . . . 1759.35 



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Atkinson, J. Beavington. An art tour to northern capitals of Europe. 

New York, 1875. I2 °- • * 223.30 

Atkinson, Thomas William. Oriental and western Siberia. [1848-55.] 

With map and illustrations. New York, 1865. 8° 242.12 

Travels in the regions of the upper and lower Amoor, and the Russian 
acquisitions on the confines of India and China. With map and 

illustrations. New York, i860. 8° 242.13 

Atkinson, William P. Right use of books: a lecture. Bost, 1879. *6° l 7& 2 3 

Atlanta, Ga. Cox, J. D. Atlanta. [Campaigns of the civil war.] 1882. 869.8 

Swinton, W. Twelve decisive battles of the war. [1867.] 869.22 

Van Home, T. B. Army of the Cumberland. v. 2 of 868.42 

Atlantic cables. See Telegraph. 

Atlantic essays. Higginson, T. W - 1936 17 

Atlantic islands as resorts for health and pleasure. Benjamin, S. G. W. . 345.17 

Atlantic monthly, The. Vol. 1-48. 1857-81. Bost, 1858-81. 48 V. 8°. 131 1.3 

Index. Vol. 1-38. 1857-76. Boston, 1877. 8° R. L. 

Atlantic ocean. Thomson, Sir C. W. Voyage of the " Challenger." 

The Atlantic. 1873 anc * *&76> 216.9 

See also Ocean, and Dr. Carpenter's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
▼oL 3. 

Atlantis : the antediluvian world. Donnelly, 1 4347 

Atlas. Beers, F. W., and Co. Atlas of Bristol county. 187 1 R. L. 

Black, A. and C. General atlas of the world. [56 maps.] 1879. . . R. L. 
Bohn, H. G. Standard library atlas of classical geography. [22 

maps.] 1 88 1 R. L. 

Mitchell, S. A. New general atlas. 147 maps and plans. 1880. . . R. L. 
Smith, W., and Grove, G. Atlas of ancient geography, biblical and 

classical. 43 maps and descriptive text. 1875 R.L. 

Walker, F. A. Statistical atlas of the United States based on the 

results of the ninth census. 187a R. L. 

See also Geography, Maps. 

Atlas mountains. Hooker, J. D., and Ball, J. Tour in Marocco and the 

Great Atlas. [1871.] 321.29 

Atmosphere. Flammarion, C. The atmosphere. 1873 429.27 

Hartwig, G. The aerial world. 1873. 429.22 

Reclus, £. The ocean, atmosphere, and life. 1874. ....... 428.13 

Set also Aeronautics, Meteorology, Physics. 

Atoms and molecules. Herschel, Sir J. F. W. Familiar lectures on 

scientific subjects. 1872. 4164 

Wurtz, C. A. The atomic theory. 1881 527.4 

Atonement. Bushnell, H. God in Christ. [Sermons.] 1647.22 

Jowett, B. The doctrine of the atonement. [An essay.] 1628.19 

Martineau, J. Inconsistency of the scheme of vicarious redemption; 

Mediatorial religion. [Essays.] 1627.20 

See also Jesus Christ, Theology. 
Attkrbury, Francis, bishop of Rochester, b. 1662, </. 1732. Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 7 of 718.9 

Macaulay, T. B., lord* Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 6 of 191 5. 13 



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Attfikld, John. Chemistry : general, medical, and pharmaceutical. Eighth 

edition, revised. Philadelphia, 1879. 8° 424.22 

Attic philosopher in Paris. Souvestrc, £ 95$-8 

Attica. Mahaffy, J. P. Rambles and studies in Greece. 1876. .... 256c 14 
Wordsworth, C. Athens and Attica. [1832-33.] 236.39 

Atwater, W. O. Account of the agricultural uses of fish. See Goode, G. 

B. American fisheries. 648.17 

AUBER, Daniel Francois Esprit, French music composer, b. 1784, d. 187 1. 

Ferris, G. T. The great Italian and French composers. .... 714.4 
Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 1878 714.10 

Auberlen, Karl August Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. See Lange, 
J. P., and others. 

Aubigne, J. H. Merle d\ See Merle d'Aubignl. 

Aucassin and Nicolette. See Pater, W. H. The renaissance 614.5 

Auchincloss, William S. Steam engineering. See United States. Depart- 
ment of state, Paris exposition reports, 1867 v. 4 of 1555.7 

Auchindrane; or, the Ayreshire tragedy. Scott, Sir W v. 5 of 1817.3 

Auckland islands. Musgrave, T. Cast away on the Auckland isles: 

wreck of the " Grafton," 1863-65 341 . 16 

Audiffret-Pasquier, Gaston, due d\ French statesman, b. 1805. King, E. 

French political leaders. 1876. • 737.6 

Men of the third republic. 1873 737* l 9 

Audin, J. M. V., French historian, b. 1793, d> 1851. Life, writings, and doc- 
trines of Luther. Translated by W. B. Trumbull. London, 1854. 2 v. 8° 756.28 

Audley, Thomas, lord Audley, English lord chancellor, b. 1488, d. 1544. 

See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors. . • • . v. 2 of 715.10 

Audsley, George A., and Bowes, James L. Keramic art of Japan. [With 

coloured plates and other illustrations.] London, 1881. 4 . . • . *628.6o 

Audubon, John James, American naturalist, b. 1780, d. 1851. The birds of 
America. [With a biographical sketch of the author, and 500 col- 
ored plates.] New York, [1870.] 8 v. L.8° *43&43 

Audubon, L., ed. Life of Audubon. 1875. 777-40 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men. 147.7 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7i9-*7 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7 IIaI 9 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 x 939-37 

Not*. See Griswold's Prose writers of America, and Harper's monthly, toL 61. 

Audubon, John James, and Bachman, John. The quadrupeds of North 

America. [With 155 colored plates.] New York, [1849.] 3 v * L»8° *439* 2 3 
Audubon, Lucy, editor. Life of Audubon, the naturalist With an intro- 
duction by J. G. Wilson. [Portrait] New York, 1875. I2 °« • • • 777*4° 
Auerbach, Berthold, German novelist, b. 18x2, d. 1882. Aloys. Trans- 
lated by C. T. Brooks. N. Y., 1877. 16 [Leisure hour series.] . 979.3 
Black forest village stories. Translated by C. Goepp. [Illustrated.] 

New York, 1874. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 979*4 

Brigitta. Translated by C. Bell. N. Y., 1880. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 979.10 
Edelweiss. A story. Translated by E. Frothingham. New York, 

1874. 1 6° [Leisure hour series.] 979*5 

German tales. [Translated.] N. Y., 1874. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 979.6 

Conttnt*. Christian Gellert's last Christmas; The step-mother; Benigna; 
Rudolph and Elisabeth; Erdmutha. 



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Auerbach, Berthold, continued. 

Little Barefoot Translated by E. B. Lee. Illustrated. New York, 

1874. 1 6° [Leisure hour series] 979.7 

On the heights. Translated by S. A. Stern. New York, 1875. 2 v - 

1 6° [Leisure hour series.] 979-8 

Spinoza. A novel. From the German by E. Nicholson. New York, 

1882. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 979» f 3 

The villa on the Rhine. Translated by J. Davis. With portrait of the 
author, and a biographical sketch by B. Taylor. New York, 1874. 

2 v. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 979*9 

Augier, Guillaume Victor Emile, French dramatic poet, b. 1820. See Mat- 
thews, J. B. French dramatists of the 19th century 1925.45 

August and Elvie. [A story for boys.] Abbott, J 121.22 

August stories, The. See Abbott, Jacob. 

Augusta, Afe. North, J. W. History of Augusta. [1604-1870.] . . . 875.20 

Augusta Treverorum. See Treves. 

Augustine, St., archbishop of Canterbury, d. 605. Archer, T. Landing of 

St. Augustine in Britain, [a. D. 596.] 811.59 

Madear, G. F. Apostles of mediaeval Europe 759-zo 

Montalembert, C. F. de T., comte de. The monks of the West . v. 2 of 759.26 
Augustine, Sister. See Lasaulx, Amalie von. 
Augustinus Aurelius, •&, bishop of Hippo, b. 354, d. 43a Confessions. 

Edited by W. G. T. Shedd. Andover, 1877. 12 759-13 

Brigham, C. H. St Augustine and his influence. [An essay.] . . . 778.13 
Clarke, J. F. Augustine, Anselm, Bernard, and their times. [A lecture.] 1658.16 
Set also Milman's History of Christianity, vol. 3. 

AUGUSTUS Caesar, Roman emperor, b. B. C. 63, d. A D. 14. Arnold, T. His- 
tory of the reign of Augustus, [b. c. 44-A. d. 14.] 819.27 

Merivale, C. History of the Romans under the empire. . . v. 3-4 of 818.9 

The Roman triumvirates, [b. a 78-30.] 86145 

Aulnoy, Marie C. J. de B., comtesse d\ Fairy tales. Translated by J. R. 

Planche\ With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 136.20 

Aulularia, or the concealed treasure : a comedy. Plautus, M. A. v. 1 of 1856.15 
Aumale, Henri Eugene Philippe Louis d'Orleans, due d\ b. 1822. King, 

E, French political leaders. 1876. 737*6 

Men of the third republic 1873 737- '9 

Aunt Ann's ghost story. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9 of 91 1.2 

Aunt Charlotte's stories of Bible history for the little ones. Yonge, CM. 11 1.3 
Aunt Dinah's pledge : a temperance drama. Seymour, H. . .v. 44-45 °* I ^57*3 

Aunt Jane's hero. Prentiss, Elizabeth 962.15 

Aunt Jo's scrap-bag. See Alcott, Louisa M. 

Aunt Kipp. [A proverb story.] Alcott, Louisa M l 3S* 11 

Aunt Serena. [A novel.] Howard, Blanche W 964*23 

Aurelian ; or, Rome in the third century. [Sequel to Zenobia.] Ware, W. 971.7 
Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus. See Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. 

Aurora borealis. Flammarion, C. The atmosphere. 1873 4 2 9- 2 7 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von. Cosmos. v. 1 of 427.11 

Proctor, R. A. Flowers of the sky. [1880.] 421.9 

Strange discoveries respecting the aurora. [An essay.] . .v. 1 of 416.14 
Aurora Leigh. [A poem.] Browning, Elizabeth B v. 3 of 1827.23 



64 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Ausonius, Decimus Magnus, Latin poet, 4th century. Brooks, C. T. Auso- 

nius and his poem " Mosella." . . . -. 232.8 

Austen, Jane, English novelist, b. 1775, </. 1817. Emma. London, N. D. 16 931.16 

Mansfield park. London, N.D. 16 93'- J 7 

Northanger abbey ; Persuasion. London, N.D. 16 931 .18 

Pride and prejudice. London, N.D. 16 93 I - I 9 

Sense and sensibility. London, N. D. 16 931*20 

Austen-Leigh, J. E. Memoir of Jane Austen. 1870 732.32 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858. v. 2 of 1926.25 

Keddie, H. Jane Austen and her works. [1880.] 1926.13 

Scott, Sir W. Miss Austen's novels. [A review.] .... ▼. 18 of 11 23.7 

Austen-Leigh, J. E. Memoir of Jane Austen. [Illustrated.] London, 

187a 8° 73 2 -3 2 

Austin, George Lowell. History of Massachusetts [1 620-1876]. [With 

portraits.] Boston, 1876. 8° 87622 

Life of Franz Schubert. [With portrait] Boston, 1873. I2 ° • • • 7 S3- 11 

Austin, Jane Goodwin. The Desmond hundred. Boston, 1882. 16 . 

[Round-robin series.] 97847 

Mrs. Beauchamp Brown. Boston, 1880. 16 . [No name series.] . . • 968.7 

Moonfolk. [Illustrated.] New York, 1875. I2 ° * 36.37 

A nameless nobleman. Boston, 188 1. 16 . [Round-robin series.] . . 978.37 

Austin and his wife. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia. v. 2 of 949.46 

Austin Elliot. [A novel.] Kingsley, H 925.3 

Australasia. Darwin, C. R. Natural history and geology of the coun- 
tries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle. [1832-36.] • 445.7 

Dilke, Sir C. W. Greater Britain. 1866-67 2I 3- I 5 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1879. 18 12.5 

Vincent, F.,/r. Through and through the tropics. [1869-71.] . . . 343.5 
Wallace, A. R. Australasia. 1880. [Stanford's Compendium of geog- 
raphy and travel.] 212.6 

Australia. Chambers's papers for the people. Australia and Van Die- 
men's land v. 3 of 1232.15 

Dilke, Sir C. W. Greater Britain. 1866-67 213.15 

Fitzgerald, J. F. V. Australia [descriptive and historical]. 1881. . . 343.2 

Howitt, W. A boy's adventures in Australia. [1852-54.] 1 14.10 

Inglis, J. Our Australian cousins. [1877-79.] 343* *9 

Mossman, S. Our Australian colonies. [1865.] 34'«*2 

Smiles, S. Round the world. 1869-71 . . 213.13 

Trollope, A. Australia and New Zealand. [1871-72.] 341.7 

Wheelwright, H. W. Bush wanderings of a naturalist 1861. . . . 444.3 

Austria-Hungary. Abbott, J. S. C. The empire of Austria. [1232- 

1860.] 852.21 

Baedeker, K. Southern Germany and Austria, including Hungary and 

Transylvania. 1880 R. L. 

Coxe, W. History of the house of Austria. 12 18-1792 852.8 

Evans, A. J. Through Bosnia and the Herzeg6vina. [1875.] • • • • 237.20 
Freeman, E. A. Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of 

Venice. 1881 235.9 

Hozier, H. M. The seven weeks' war. [1866.] 831.29 

Kay, D. Austria-Hungary. 1880 237.2 



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Austria-Hungary, continued, x 

Kelly, W. K. History of the house of Austria. 1792-1848. [Also] 
Genesis; or, details of the late Austrian revolution [by count 

Hartig] 852.9 

King, J. W. War-ships and navies of the world. 1880 R. L. 

Kohl, J. G. Austria, Vienna, Prague, Hungary, Bohemia, and the 

Danube. 1843 2 37-3* 

Longfellow, H. W. f ed. Poems of places. 1877 181 2.9 

McClellan, G. B. The armies of Europe. 1861 1749.28 

Mansfield, R. B. The log of the Water Lily. 1851-52 232.3 

Nichols, G. W. Art education applied to industry. 1877 625.42 

Sumner, W. G. History of American currency, with chapters on 

Austrian paper money. 1878 1756.20 

Upton, E. The armies of Asia and Europe. 1878 1749.26 

Vehse, K. E. Memoirs of the court, aristocracy, and diplomacy of 

Austria. [i493- l8 3S-l 852.17 

Not*. Much historical matter will be found in Metternich's Memoirs, Talley- 
rand's Correspondence, and fCay's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
vol. 3. 

See also Dalmatia, Germany, Hungary, Slavonia, Transylvania, 
Tyrol. 

Austrian Arctic voyages. Payer, J. New lands within the Arctic circle. 

[1872-74.] 327.12 

Author, The : a farce. Foote, S v. 5 of 1859.9 

Author, The. [A poem.] Churchill, C v. 1 of 181 5.1 1 

Authors and authorship. Allibone, S. A. Critical dictionary of English 

literature and British and American authors. 1878 R. L. 

Disraeli, I. Calamities and quarrels of authors. 1875 1 1 17.17 

The literary character. 1875 11 17.18 

Fields, J. T. Yesterdays with authors. 1937 .40 ; 1939.35 

Gautier, T. t and others. Famous French authors. 1879 737*3 l 

Griswold, R. W. Prose writers of America. 1870 1819.27 

Hazlitt, W. The conversation of authors ; On old English writers and 

speakers. [Essays.] 1914.25 

Hedge, F. H. Prose writers of Germany. 1856 1926.37 

Johnson, E. R. Biographical sketches of the authors represented in 

44 Little classics." v. 8 of 968.29 

Knight, C. Half-hours with the best authors 11 18.12 

Lowell, J. R. Library of old authors. [An essay.] 1926.27 

Shepard, YT. t ed. Authors and authorship. 1882 1117.1 

Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.2 

Taylor, B. Authorship in America; Pay for brain work. [Literary 

notes.] 193742 

Whipple, E. P. Authors in their relation to life. [An essay.] . . . 1936.10 

See also Bibliography, Biography, Criticism, Dramatists, Literature, Novel- 
ists, Philosophers, Poets. 

Autobiography of a joint-stock company (limited). [Talei from Black- 
wood.] v. 5 of 911.2 

Autocrat, The, of the breakfast-table. Holmes, O. W 1937.22 

Autumn holidays, The, of a country parson. Boyd, A. K. H 1919.12 

AvE-Lallemant, Robert Alexander von Humboldt: sojourn in Paris, 

1 808-26. See Bruhns, K. Life of Humboldt v. 2 of 755.41 



66 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Aveling, S. T. Carpentry and joinery. With illustrations. London, 

[1871.] 12° 678.13 

Heraldry :' ancient and modern. Including BoutelPs Heraldry, edited 

and revised, with additions. Illustrations. London, [1873.] I2 ° • 761.6 

Avenger, The. De Quincey, T. . . . v. 11 of 1 125.13 

Avenger, The : a melodrama. Lee, H v. 30-31 of 1857.3 

Avery, Alida C. Vassar college. [Brackett, A. C, ed. Education of Ameri- 
can girls.] 1763.19 

Avery, Charles, American Methodist divine, b. 1784, d. 1857. See Parton, 

J. People's book of biography. 719.17 

Avesta, or Zend-avesta. The Zend-avesta. Translated by J. Darmesteter. 
Part 1. The Vendidstd. [Muller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the 

East.] v. 4 of 1667.5 

Mueller, F. M. Chips from a German workshop v. 1 of 1929.23 

Whitney, W. D. Oriental and linguistic studies. 1873. • * - v. 1 of 11 12.22 
See also Parsis, Persia, Zoroaster, 
Away in the wilderness; life among the Indians. Ballantyne, R. M. v. 2 of iii.i 

Axel and Anna, and other tales. Bremer, Fredrika 95'-5 

Ayer, Mass. Green, S. A. History of Ayer. v. 1 of 878.26 

Aylmer's field. [A poem.] Tennyson, A 1826.31 ; v. 2 of 1826 39 

Aylward, Alfred. The Transvaal of to-day. Edinburgh, 1878. 8°. . . 325.15 
Ayres, Alfred, pseud. See Osmun, Thomas E. 

Ayreshi re curling-song. Macleod, N v. 5 of 911.2 

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune, Scotch poet and critic, b. 1813, d. 1865. 

Bothwell: a poem. Boston, 1856. 12 1826.20 

The congress and the Agapedome ; The raid of Arnaboll. [Tales from 

Blackwood.] v. 2 of 91 1.2 

The Glenmutchkin railway; How I became a yeoman. [Tales from 

Blackwood.] v. 1-2 of 911. 1 

How I stood for the Dreepdaily burghs. [Tales from Blackwood.] . v. 3-4 of 91 1. 1 
How we got possession of the Tuileries ; The emerald studs. [Tales 

from Blackwood.] v. 5-6 of 911. 1 

Lays of the Scottish cavaliers, and other poems. New York, N. d. i6° 1826.10 
Rapping the question. [Tales from Blackwood.] . . . . . . v. 9 of 91 1.2 

The surveyor's tale. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 7-8 of 911. 1 

Azara, Felix de, Spanish traveller and naturalist, b. 1746, d. 181 1. See Jar- 
dine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library v. 19 of 522.5 

Azeglio, Massimo Taparelli, marchese d', Italian statesman, author, and 
artist, b. 1800, d. 1866. Nicol6 dei Lapi; or, the last days of the 
Florentine republic Translated by H. Hallet. Phila., i860. 12° 957.18 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 J 939-37 

Azores. Baker, C. A. A summer in the Azores. 1882 346.1 

Benjamin, S. G. W. The Atlantic islands. 1878 345 1 7 

The world's paradises. 1880. 213.2 

Higginson, T. W. Fayal and the Portuguese 1 936.17 

Weeks, L. H. Among the Azores. 1882 345-1 

Aztecs. Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. [1871.] 434-8 

Bancroft, H. H. Native races of the Pacific states v. 2-5 of 432.27 

Foster, J. W. Pre-historic races of the United States. 1878 432.18 

Note. See Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, vol. 1, Squier's Central America, 



and Brin ton's Myths of the new world. 
See also Central America, Mexico, Peru. 



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B 

B. O. W. C. series. See De Mille, James. 

B. O. W. C, The. [Brethren of the order of the White cross.] A book for 

boys. De Mille, J 122.20 

Babcock, Emma Whitcomb. Household hints. New York, 188 1. 12 . 

[Appletons' home books.] 628.24 

Babolain. A novel. Droz, G 979.12 

Babson, John J. History of Gloucester and Rockport. [Tracy, C. M., and 

others. History of Essex county.] 878.33 

Baby Bell, and other poems. Aldrich, T. B 1837.38 

Baby Rue. [A novel.] Clarke, Mrs. CM 968.17 

Babylon and Babylonia. Heeren, A. H. L. Politics, intercourse, and trade 

of the Asiatic nations v. 2 of 813.16 

Herodotus. History v. 1-2 of 812.23 

Keary, A. The nations around. 1875 814.5 

Kitto, J. Scripture lands. [1850.] . . . • 238.11 

Layard, Sir A. H. Discoveries among the ruins of Babylon. [1849-51.] 315.10 
Lenormant, F., and Chevallier, E. Ancient history of the East. v. 1 of 811.35 

Myers, P. V. N. Remains of lost empires. [1871-72.] 315.7 

Newman, J. P. Thrones and palaces of Babylon. 1876 239.30 

Rawlinson, G. The five great monarchies of the ancient eastern world. 

v. 2-3 of 812.15 

Smith, G. Assyrian discoveries. 1873-74 3 I 5* I 3 

Chaldean account of Genesis. [Babylonian fables and legends.] 1875. 3 X 5 aI 4 
History of Babylonia [to B.C. 515] 81 1.6 

Note. For further references see Smith's Ancient history, vol. 1, and essays 
on the history and religion of the Babylonians by G. and Sir H. Rawlin- 
son [v. 1-2 of 813.33]. The important historical sketch in the Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica is by A. H. Sayce. 

The art of Babylonia and Assyria is referred to in Luebke's History of 
art and History of sculpture, and in the works on pottery and porcelain 
by Prime and Jacquemart. 

See also Assyria, Nineveh, and general travels through the East. 

BACCHiC, The: a tragedy. Euripides v. 1 of 1856.13 

Bacchides; or, the twin sisters: a comedy. Plautus, M. A. . . v. I of 1856.15 
Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo, Italian painter, b. 1469, d. 1517. 

Jameson, A. M. Early Italian painters. 1874 7*4- 2 7 

Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 7'4- 12 

Scott, L. Fra Bartolommeo. [With a list of his works.] 1881. . . 712.16 
Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . .v. 2 of 714.18 

Note. See Crowe and Cavalcaselle's History of painting, vol. 3, Oliphant's 
Makers of Florence, chap. 14, and Symonds's Renaissance, vol. 3. 

Bach, Johann Sebastian, German music composer, b. 1685, d. 1750. Barnard, 

C. The tone masters. 1880 147»*3 

Bitter, C. H. Life of Bach. [With a list of his works.] 1873. . . . 753.22 

Crowest, F. The great tone-poets. 1878 714*21 

Ferris, G. T. The great German composers. 1880 714-3 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 1878 7M- 11 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Lives of the great composers 1948.34 

Bache, Franklin, M.D. The dispensatory of the United States. See Wood, 
George B. 



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Bachklder, John B. Illustrated tourist's guide to the United States. Popu- 
lar resorts and how to reach them. Boston, 1873. 8° 329.28 

Bachelor Bluff: his opinions, sentiments, and disputations. Bunce, O. B. 1946.34 

Bachelor kings of England. Strickland, Agnes 717-8 

Bachelor of arts : a comic drama. Hardwicke, P v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

Bachelor's revery, A. Mitchell, D. G v. 2 of 968.29 

Bachman, John. Quadrupeds of North America. See Audubon, John J. 
Backgammon. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [1882.] .... 632.15 

Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879 633.15 

Backlog studies. Warner, CD 1946.30 

Backus, Truman J. Vassar college. [Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., 

eds. The college book.] »I704^3 

Bacon, Francis, lord Verulam, viscount St. Aldan, English lord chancellor, 
b. 1 561, d. 1626. Essays. With annotations by R. Whately, and 

notes and index by F. F. Heard. Boston, 1879. 8° » 9*3-24 

Works. Collected and edited by J. Spedding, R. L. Ellis, and D. D. 

Heath. [With portraits.] New York, 1869-72. 15 v. 12 . . 1121.5 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Life of Bacon, by W. Rawley; Philosophical works: Instauratb 
magna ; Novum organum. 
II. Parasceve ad historian) naturalem et cxpcrimcntalcm; De aug- 
ment is scientiarum, lib. i-vi. 

III. De augmentis scientiarum, lib. vii-ix; Historia ventorum; 

Historia vitae et mortis. 

IV. Historia densi et ran; Inquisitio de magnete; Topica inquisi- 

tion is de luce et lumine; Sylva sylvarum, or a natural history. 
V. Syjva sylvarum; Scala intellectus sive filum labyrinthi; Cogita- 
tiones de natura rerum; De fluxu et refluxu maris; De prin- 
cipiis atque originibus secundum fabulas Cupidinis et Cacti; 
New Atlantis; Magnalia naturae; Cogitationes de scicntia 
humana. 

VI. Valerius Terminus of the interpretation of nature; Advancement 
of learning; Filum labyrinthi; De interpretatione naturae 
procmium. 
VII. Tempo ris partus masculus; Partis instaurationis secundae de- 
lineatio et argumentum ; Redargutio philosophiarum ; Cogitata 
et visa de interpretatione naturae; Inquisitio legitima de motu; 
Calorct frigus; Historia sonietauditus; Phaenomena universi ; 
Descriptio globi intellectualis; Thema cceli; De interpreta- 
tione naturae sententiae xii; Aphorismi et consilia; Physio- 
logical and medical remains. 
VIII. Translations of the philosophical works : The great instauration ; 
The new organon ; Preparative towards a natural and experi- 
mental history; Dignity and advancement of learning, books 
a-3. 

IX. Dignity and advancement of learning, hooks 4-9: Natural and 
experimental history; History of the winds; Fragment of 
Abecedarium naturae. 
X. History of life and death; History of dense and rare; Inquiry 
respecting the magnet; Topics of inquiry respecting light and 
luminous matter; Thoughts on the nature of things; On the 
ebb and flow of the sea. On principles and origins, according to 
the fables of Cupid and Coelura ; Description of the intellectual 
globe ; Theory of the heaven. 

XI. Literary works: History ol the reign of king Henry vn; Begin- 
ning of the history of Henry vni ; Beginning of the history 
of Great Britain; In fclicem memoriam Elizabethae Angliae 
rcginac ( Latin and English). 
XII. In Hcnricum principem Walliae elogium (Latin and English) ; 
Imago civilis Julii Caesaris (Latin and English) ; Imago civilis 
Augusti Caesaris (Latin and English); Additions and correc- 
tions inserted by Bacon in a manuscript copy of Camden's 
Annates; Essays or counsels, civil and moral; De sapientia 
veterum. 
XIII. De sapientia veterum; Wisdom of the ancients; Advertisement 
touching a holy war; True greatness of Britain; Colours of 
good and evil ; Letter and discourse to Sir Henry Savill, touch- 
ing hcjps for the intellectual powers; Short notes for civil con- 
versation; Apophthegms. 



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Bacon, Francis, lord Verulam. Works, continued. 

VOL. XIV. Promus of formularies and elegancies; Religious writings; 
Confession of faith; Mcditntiones sacrae (Latin and English) ; 
Prayers; Translation of certain psalms into English verse; 
Christian paradoxes; Professional works: Maxims of the law; 
Reading on the statute of uses; Use of the law. 
XV. Discourse upon the commission of Bridewell; Arguments of 
law; Preparation for the union of laws; Answers to questions 
touching the office of constables; Ordinances in chancery; 
Appendix; Index. 

Adams, W. H. D. Records of noble lives 711.17 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 3 of 715.10 

Hazlitt, W. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 1925.22 

Holmes, N. The authorship of Shakespeare. 1876 1864.20 

Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the court of England during the reign of the 

Stuarts. v. 1 of 826.9 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866 171 2. 19 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 3 of 718.9 
Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 3 of 1915x3 
Mackintosh, Sir ]. The philosophical genius of Bacon and Locke. . 1127.22 

Mueller, F. M. Bacon in Germany. [An essay.] v. 3 of 1929.23 

Spedding, J. Account of the life and times of Bacon. 1878 726.21 

Whipple, E. P. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 1925.13 

Note. See Adamson's historical summary of the life and writings of Bacon 
in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 3. 

Bacon, George B. Siam, as it was and is. New York, 1878. 12 [Tay- 
lor, B., ed. Illustrated library of travel.] 246.3 

Bacon, Henry. A Parisian year. Illustrated by the author. Bost., 1882. 12 228.19 

Bacon, Leonard, American divine, b. 1802, d. 188 1. The genesis of the New 

England churches. With illustrations. New York, 1874. 8° . . .1657.13 

Bacon, Leonard Woolsey. Memorials of Emily Bliss Gould of Rome. 

[With portrait.] New York, [cop. 1879.] I2 ° 773-8 

Bacon, Nathaniel, insurrectionist in Virginia, 6. 1630. d. 1677. Ware, W. 

Memoir of Nathaniel Bacon v. 3 of 763.5 

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, English statesman, lord keeper, b. 1 5 10, d. 1 579. Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the 

great seal v. 2 of 715*10 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 2 of 718.9 

Baddeck, and that sort of thing. [A trip to the provinces.] Warner, C. D. 328.3 

Badeau, Adam. Military history of Ulysses S. Grant, 1861-65. [With 

portrait and maps.] New York, 1868-81. 3 v. 8° 774-39 

Baden-Powell, Warington. Canoe travelling : cruise on the Baltic, and 

hints on building and fitting canoes. Illustrations. London, 187 1. 8° 221.24 

Badham, Charles. Text of Shakspeare. [Cambridge essays, 1856.] v. 2 of 1917.23 

Baedeker, Karl, editor. Belgium and Holland. With maps and plans. 

Fifth edition, revised. Leipsic, 1878. 16 R. L. 

Eastern Alps, including the Bavarian highlands, the Tyrol, etc With 

maps and plans. Fourth edition. Leipsic, 1879. 16 R. L. 

Egypt. With maps and plans. Part first. Leipsic, 1878. 16 ... R. L. 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Lower Egypt, with the Fayum and the peninsula of Sinai. 



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Baedeker, Karl, continued. 

Italy. With maps and plans. Leipsic, 1879-80. 3 v. 16 .... R. L. 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Northern Italy, including Leghorn, Florence, Ravenna, the 
island of Corsica, and routes through France. Switzerland, and 
Austria. 
II. Central Italy and Rome. 

III. Southern Italy and Sicily, with excursions to the Lipari islands, 
Malta, Sardinia, Tunis, and Corfu. 

London and its environs. With maps and plans. Second edition, revised 

and augmented. Leipsic, 1879. 16 R. L. 

Northern Germany. With maps and plans. Sixth edition, revised. 

Leipsic, 1877. 16 . R. L. 

Norway and Sweden. With maps and plans. Leipsic, 1879. 16 . . R. L. 
Palestine and Syria. With maps and plans. Leipsic, 1876. 16 . . R. L. 
Paris and its environs: with routes from London to Paris, and from 
Paris to the Rhine and Switzerland. With maps and plans. Sixth 

edition, revised. Leipsic, 1878. 16 R. L. 

The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance. With maps and plans. Sixth 

edition. Leipsic, 1878. 16 R. L. 

Southern Germany and Austria, including Hungary and Transylvania. 

With maps and plans. Fourth edition, augmented. Lei p., 1880. 16 R. L. 
Switzerland, and the adjacent portions of Italy, Savoy, and the Tyrol. 

With maps and plans. Eighth edition. Leipsic, 1879. 16 . . R. L. 
Baehr, Karl Christian W. F. Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. See 

Lange, J. P., and others. 
Baffin's bay. Markham, A. H. A whaling cruise to Baffin's bay. [1873.] 326.27 
Markham, C. R. Threshold of the unknown region. [1556-1875.] . . 326.19 
Bage, Robert, English novelist, b. 1728, d. 1822. Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels 

and novelists. 1858 v. 1 of 1926.25 

Scott, Sir W. Biographies. v. 3 of 1 123.7 

Bagehot, Walter, English author, b. 1826, d. 1877. The English constitu- 
tion. New and revised edition. Boston, 1873. 8° 1737.20 

Lombard street : a description of the money market N. Y., 1877. 12 1756.14 
Physics and politics. N. Y., 1879. I2 °» [International scientific series.] 526.2 
Bagnacavallo, Bartolommeo da, Italian painter, d. 1542. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . • . . . .v. 3 of 714.18 
Bahama islands. Benjamin, S. G. W. The Atlantic islands. 1878. . . 345.17 

The world's paradises. 1880. 213.2 

Ives, C. The isles of summer. [1879.] 346.4 

Baile, J. Wonders of electricity. Translated from the French. Edited, 
with additions, by J. W. Armstrong. With illustrations. New York, 

1872. 12 . [Illustrated library of wonders.] 5 2 5-6 

Bailey, Dudley P. History of Everett, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. History 

of Middlesex county.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Bailey, James Montgomery. ( The Danbury News man.) Life in Danbury. 

[Illustrated.] Boston, 1877. 16 '947*5 

Bailey, Philip James, English poet, b. 1816. Festus : a poem. New York, 

N. D. 18 1823.6 

Ossoli, S. M. F., tnarchesa d\ Life without and life within. .... 1948.35 
Bailey, Samuel, English philosopher, b. 1787, d. 1870. Bain, A. Moral 

science. [The ethical systems.] 1716.29 

Ribot, T. English psychology. 1874 1714*7 



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Bailey, Samuel W. Nahbion ; or, the Bible and the poets. Cambridge, 

1874- 8° 1619.7 

Bailey, W. Whitman. The botanical collector's handbook. [Illustrated.] 

Salem, 1881. 12 . [Naturalists' handy series.] 516.6 

Bailiff's maid. The. A romance. John, Eugenie 954-17 

Baillie, Joanna, Scotch poetess and dramatist, b. 1762, d. 1851. Hall, S. C. 

Book of memories. 1877 719*24 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Note. See Oliphant's Literary history, vol. a, and a biographical sketch of 
Miss Baillie, with specimens of her poetry, in Wilson's Poets and poetry 
of Scotland, vol. 1, and Ward's English poets, vol. 4. 

Baillie, Robert, Scotch divine and historian, b. 1602, d. 1662. See Carlyle, 

T. Critical and miscellaneous essays. . • . v. 11 of 11 26.1 ; v. 4 of 1915.17 
Baily, Francis, English astronomer, b. 1774, d. 1844. Memoir. See Her- 

schel, Sir J. F. W. Essays 19*7*33 

Baily, William L. Our own birds. Revised and edited by E. D. Cope. 

[Illustrated.] Philadelphia, 1878. 12 438.14 

Trees, plants, and flowers. [Illustrated.] Philadelphia, 1870. 12 . 437.12 
Bain, Alexander. Correlation of nervous and mental forces. See Stewart, 

B. The conservation of energy. . . . . 526.7 

Education as a science. N.Y., 1879. I2 °« [International scientific series.] 526.25 
The emotions and the will. [Sequel to the Senses and the intellect.] 

Third edition. New York, 1876. 8° 1715.22 

English composition and rhetoric American edition, revised. New 

York, 1875. 8 ° 1234.21 

James Mill : a biography. [With portrait.] New York, 1882. 12 . 728.16 
John Stuart Mill : a criticism, with personal recollections. New York, 

1882. 12 728.17 

Logic : deductive and inductive. New and revised edition. New York, 

1874. 12 1711.18 

Mind and body. The theories 'of their relation. New York, 1877. 

12 . [International scientific series.] 526.4 

Moral science : a compendium of ethics. New York, 1875. 8° . . . 1716.29 

Contents. Preliminary view of ethical questions'; The ethical standard; 
The moral faculty; The ethical systems. 

The senses and the intellect Third edition. New York, 1872. 8° .1715.23 

Ribot, T. English psychology. 1874. 1714.7 

Bain bridge, William, American commodore, b. 1774, d. 1833. See Cooper, 

J. F. Lives of distinguished American naval officers v. 1 of 762.9 

Baird, Robert. Religion in America. New York, 1856. 8° 1657.28 

Baird, Robert H. The American cotton spinner. Boston, 1856. 12 . • 673.13 
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, Brewer, Thomas Mayo, and Ridgway, Robert 

History of North American birds. Land birds. Illustrated by chromo 

lithographic plates and woodcuts. Boston, 1875. 3 v. 4 . . . . 438.45 
Baireuth, Margravine of. See Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina. 
Baker, C. Alice. A summer in the Azores, with a glimpse of Madeira. 

Boston, 1882. 16 346.1 

Baker, D. C. W. A brief history of Texas. New York, 1873. I2 ° • • 873*5 
Baker, Floyd P. Forestry. See United States. Department of state. 

Paris exposition reports, 1878 v. 3 of 1555.12 



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Baker, George M. The drawing-room stage: original dramas, comedies, 

and farces. Illustrated. Boston, 1873. l &° 1861.16 

Contents. My brother's keeper; The revolt of the bees; A tender attach- 
ment; Among the breakers; Gentlemen of the jury; The seven ages; . 
The Boston dip; The duchess of Dublin. 

Handy dramas for amateur actors. Illustrated. Boston, 1877. 16 . 1861.17 

Contents. The flower of the family; A mysterious disappearance; Above 
the clouds; Shall our mothers vote? Paddle your own canoe; One hun- 
dred years ago; The little brown jug; Seeing the elephant. 

The reading club and handy speaker : selections in prose and poetry. 

Boston, 1876-82. 10 v. 16 1233.3 

Running to waste. The story of a tomboy. Illustrated. Boston, N. D. 

Sq. 1 6°. [Maidenhood series.] 134-21 

The social stage: dramas, comedies, burlesques, and entertainments. 

Boston, 1875. l6 ° 1861.18 

Contents. The last loaf; Too late for the train: A Grecian bend; Snow- 
bound; Bonbons; Lightheart's pilgrimage; The war of the roses; Thirty 



minutes for refreshments; " A little more cider; " " New brooms sweep 
clean.*' 



•• 



Baker, James. Turkey in Europe. With two maps. Third edition. 

London, 1877. 8° 236.37 

Baker, Sir Samuel White. The Albert N'yanza, and explorations of the 

Nile sources. Map and illustrations. New edition. Lond., 1879. 12° 322.17 
Cast up by the sea. With illustrations. New York, N. D. 12 . . . 1 14.11 

Cyprus as I saw it in 1879. London, 1879. 8° 344-20 

Eight years' wanderings in Ceylon. With illustrations. Philadelphia, 

1877. 12 343.8 

Ismailia : a narrative of the expedition to central Africa for the sup- 
pression of the slave trade. With maps, portraits, and illustrations. 

Second edition. London, 1879. 12 322.18 

The Nile tributaries of Abyssinia, and the sword hunters of the Ham- 
ran Arabs. New edition [with map and illustrations]. London, 

1874. 12 322.16 

The rifle and the hound in Ceylon. With illustrations. Philadelphia, 

1877. 12 343.9 

Kingston, W. H. G. Great African travellers from Mungo Park to 

Stanley 324.9 

Baker, Thomas. Treatise on land and engineering surveying. New edi- 
tion, revised by E. Nugent. [Illustrated.] London, 1879. I2 ° • 676.4 
Baker, William M. Blessed Saint Certainty. A story. Bost., 1881. 12 . 978.53 
His majesty, myself. Boston, 1880. 16 . [No name series.] .... 9684 
Bakewell, Frederick C. Great facts ; a history of the most remarkable 

inventions during the present century. Illustrated. Lond , N. D. 12°. 671.15 

Contents. The progress of invention; Steam navigation; Steam carriages 
and railways; The air engine; Photography: Dissolving views; The 
kaleidoscope ; The magic disc ; The diorama; The stereoscope; The elec- 



tric telegraph; Electro-magnetic clocks: Electro-metallurgy; Gas light- 
ing; The electric light; Instantaneous lights; Paper making machinery; 
Printing machines; Lithography; Aerated waters; Revolvers and Minie 
rifles: Centrifugal pumps ; Tubular bridges ; Self-acting engines, include 



Balaclava. Kinglake, A. W. Invasion of the Crimea v. 2 of 853.18 

Paget, Lord G. Light cavalry brigade in the Crimea. 1881 853.17 

Balaustion's adventure. Browning, R 1825.9 



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Balboa, Vasco Nufiez de, Spanish navigator, b. 1475, d, 1517. Helps, Sir 

A. Spanish conquest in America. v. 1 of 863.7 

Irving, W. Life and voyages of Columbus and his companions, v. 3 of 751.4 

Balcom, Asahel. History of Maynard, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. History 

of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Baldovinetti, Alesso, Florentine painter, b. 1422, d. 1499. & e Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. v. 2 of 714.18 

Baldwin, J. The art of school management New York, 1881. 12° . . 1763.20 

Baldwin, John D. Ancient America, in notes on American archaeology. 

With illustrations. New York, [187 1.] 12 434-8 

Pre-historic nations. New York, 1877. 12 433*12 

Baldwin, William Charles. African hunting from Natal to the Zambesi. 

1852-60. With illustrations. New York, 1863. 12 324.12 

Balearic islands. Bidwell, C. T. The Balearic islands. 1876. .... 344.8 

Ford, R. Handbook for Spain. 1878 R. L. 

Maximilian 1, emperor of Mexico. Recollections. [1852.] . . . v. 2 of 754.7 

Balfe, Michael William, Irish music composer, b. 1808, d. 187a See Keddie, 

H. Musical composers and their works 7'4-ti 

Balfour, James, Scotch philosopher, b. 1705, d. 1795. $** McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy 1713.25 

Ball, Edward. The floating beacon. [French's Standard drama.] v. 22-23 of 1857.3 

Ball, John. Tour in Marocco. See Hooker, Joseph Dalton. 

Ball, William T. W. Reminiscences of Charlotte Cushman. See Clement, 

C. E. Charlotte Cushman 771*38 

Ballads. Buchanan, R., tr. Ballad stories of the affections. From the 

Scandinavian. 1869 1813.5 

Child, F. J., ed. English and Scottish ballads. 1878 18 15. 10 

Hayes, E., ed. The ballads of Ireland. 1857 1813.20 

Hazlitt, W. On the old English ballads. [A lecture.] 1925.21 

Kinloch, G. R., ed. Ancient Scottish ballads. 1827 1813.36 

Lockhart, J. G., tr. Ancient Spanish ballads. 1877.. . . 1813.15; 1813.24 
Wright, T. On the popular cycle of the Robin Hood ballads. [An 

essay.] v. 2 of 1917.17 

Ballantine, Henry. Midnight marches through Persia. Maps and illus- 
trations. Boston, 1879. 8° 244.15 

Ballantyne, John. Memoir of Daniel De Foe. See Scott, Sir W. Mis- 
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Ballantyne, John, Scotch philosopher, b. 1778, d. 1830. See McCosh, J. 

The Scottish philosophy 1713.25 

Ballantyne, Robert Michael. Black ivory : among the slavers of east 

Africa. [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 125.9 

The coral island. With illustrations. London, 1877. 16 . . . . 125.19 
The dog Crusoe and his master. [Illustrated.] London, 1878. 16 . 125.20 
The floating light of the Goodwin sands. With illustrations. Philadel- 
phia, N. D. 1 6° 125.7 

Freaks on the fells ; [also] Why I did not become a sailor. With il- 
lustrations. London, n. D. 16 125.6 

Hudson bay; life in the wilds of North America. With illustrations. 

London, 1879. I2 ° 328.27 

In the track of the troops. [Illustrated.] New York, 1876. 16 . . 1 25.11 



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Ballantyne, Robert Michael, continued. 

The iron horse ; or, life on the line. With illustrations. Lond., 1879. 1 2 ° I2 5-3° 

Life in the red brigade [and other tales]. With illustrations. London, 

n.d. 16 125-8 

The lighthouse. [Illustrated.] New York, 1878. 16 125*12 

Miscellany. [Illustrated.] London, 1877-80. 16 v. 16 111.1 

Contents. VoL I. Fighting the whales. II. Away in the wilderness. III. 
Fast in the ice. IV. Chasing the sun. V. Sunk at sea. VI. Lost in 
the forest. VII. Over the Rocky mountains. VIII. Saved by the 
lifeboat. IX. The Cannibal islands. X. Hunting the lions. XI. Dig- 
ging for gold. XII. Up in the clouds. Xlll. The battle and the 
breeze. XIV. The pioneers. XV. Story of the rock. XVI. Wrecked 
but not ruined. 

The Norsemen in the West ; or, America before Columbus. [Illustrated.] 

New York, 1878. 16 125.10 

Post haste : a tale of her majesty's mails. [Illustrated.] New York, 

1880. 12 125.31 

Shifting winds : a story of the sea. Illustrated. Philadelphia, N. D. 16 125.5 
Ungava : a tale of Esquimaux-land. With illustrations. Lond., N. D. 16 125.23 
Thejworld of ice. With illustrations. London, N. D. 16 .... 125.21 
The young fur traders; or, snowflakes and sunbeams. [Illustrated.] 

London, N. D. 16 125.22 

Ballard, Julia P. Insect lives. [Illustrated.] Cincinnati, 1879. 16 . . 138.9 

Balloons. See Aeronautics. 

Ballou, Maturin M. History of Cuba. [1 492-1854.] Illustrated. Boston, 

1854. 12 879.9 

Ballou, Maturin M., compiler. Notable thoughts about women. Boston, 

1882. 8° 1033.35 

Balmerino, Lord. See Elphinstone, Arthur. 

Balmes, Jaime Lucio, Spanish theologian, b. 18 10, d. 1848. Protestantism 
and catholicity compared in their effects on the civilization of Europe. 
[With a portrait, and biographical sketch of the author.] Seventeenth 
American edition. Baltimore, N. D. 8°. '638.33 

Balsamo, Giuseppe, known as Alessandro, conte di Cagliostro, Italian im- 
postor •, b. 1743, d. 1795. $ ee Carlyle', T. Critical and miscellaneous 
essays v. 9 of 1126.1; v. 3 of 1915.17 

Baltic. Baden-Powell, W. Canoe travelling. [1869.] 221.24 

Eastlake, E., lady. Letters from the shores of the Baltic [1841.] . . 232.13 
Macgregor, J. The Rob Roy on the Baltic : a canoe cruise. [1866.] . 221.5 

Balzac, Hon ore* de, French novelist, b. 1799, d. 1850. Greatness and decline 
of Cesar Birotteau. From the French by O. W. Wight and F. B. 

Goodrich. New York, i860. 12 958.28 

Gautier, T., and others. Famous French authors. 1879 737-3 1 

James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. 1878 1925.31 

Stephen, L. Hours in a library. 1875 1926.15 

See Van Laun's History of French literature, vol. 3. 

Bamber, Edward Fisher. A mechanical text-book. Sec Rankine, William 

J. M. 
Bam ford, Samuel, English politician and author, b. 1788, d. 1872. Sec Smiles, 

S. Brief biographies 7">I9 

Bancroft, George, American historian, b. 1800. History of the formation 

of the constitution of the United States. [1782-89.] New York, 

1882. 2 v. 8° 864.5 



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Bancroft, George, continued. 

History of the United States [1492-1782]. [With portraits and maps.] 

Boston, 1852-78. 10 v. 8° 864.12 



Contents. Vol. I-I1I. Colonial history, 1 493-1748. IV. Overthrow of the 
European colonial system, 1748-^63. V-VI. How Great Britain es- 
tranged America, 1763-74. VII-X. The American revolution, 1775-82. 



The last moments of eminent men. [Rice, A. T., ed. Essays from the 

North American review.] T 939*39 

Prescott, W. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. • • * z 93^*34 

Note. See Duyckinck's American literature, and Griswold's Prose writers 
of America. 

Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The native races of the Pacific states of North 

America. [Maps and illustrations.] New York, 1875-76. 5 V. 8° . 432.27 

Content*. Vol. I. Wild tribes. II. Civilized nations. III. Myths and 
languages. IV. Antiquities. V. Primitive history. 

Bandinelli, Baccio, Florentine sculptor, b. 1487, d. 1549. Perkins, C. C. 

Tuscan sculptors v. 2 of *6 19.40 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors,* and architects. . . v. 4 of 714.18 

Banim, John, Irish novelist and dramatist, b. 1800, d. 1842. Damon and 

Pythias : a tragedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . . . v. 5 of 1857.3 
Peep o' Day, or John Doe. [Also] Crohoore of the billhook, by M. 

Banim. New York, n.d. 12 922.30 

The rival dreamers. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 6 of 968.29 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 7 19.24 

Murray, J. O' K., ed. The prose and poetry of Ireland. 1879. • • • 18 19.9 
Williams, A. M. Poets and poetry of Ireland. 1881 1819.5 

Banim, Michael. Crohoore of the billhook. See Banim, J. Peep o' Day. 922.30 

Banks, Sir Joseph, English naturalist and philosopher, b. 1743, d. 1820. 

Brougham, H., lord. Philosophers of the time of George in. v. 1 of 1 127.5 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147.7 

Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library v. 38 of 522.5 

Lodge, £. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 8 of 718.9 

Banks, Thomas, English sculptor, b. 1735, '• I ^°5* Flaxman,"J. Address 

on the death of Thomas Banks. [1805.] 615.12 

Banks and banking. Adams, H. The bank of England restriction. . ' . 1759.9 
Bagehot, W. Lombard street : description of the money market. 1877. 1756.14 

Gilbart, J. W. Practical treatise on banking. 1865. 1756.25 

Price, B. Currency and banking. 1876. 1756. 11 

Spencer, H. State-tampering with money and banks. [An essay.] . . 1916.20 
Sumner, W. G. History of American currency, with chapters on Eng- 
lish bank restriction and Austrian paper money. 1878 1756.20 

Note. See Bolles's Industrial history of the United States, pp. 783-812, 
Webster's Speeches, and Courtney's article in the Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica, vol. 3. 

See also Currency, Money, Political economy. 

Bannan, Benjamin. Coal, iron, and oil. See Daddow, Samuel H. 

Bannister, N. H. Putnam. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

Baptism. See Sacraments. 

Baptists. Cramp, J. M. Baptist history: from the foundation of the 

Christian church to the close of the eighteenth century 1637.20 

Dexter, H. M. As to Roger Williams. With a few words concerning 

the Baptists. [1876.] 876.13 



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Baptists, continued. 

King, H. M. The Baptists in Boston. [1780-1880.] v. 3 of 878.20 

See also Denominations and sects. 

Baratier, or Barretier, Johann Philip, German linguistic prodigy, b. 1720, 

d. 1740. See Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons. . . . . v. 2 of 11 22.17 

Barbara's history. [A novel.] Edwards, Amelia B 948.1 

Barbarellt, Giorgio di Castelfranco, called Giorgione, Italian painter, 
b. 1478, d. 1 51 1. Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of early Italian 

painters. 1874 714*27 

Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714.12 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 2 of 714.18' 

Barbarossa : a tragedy. Brown, J v. 2 of 1859.9 

Barbary. Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878 181 1.1 

Sumner, C. White slavery in the Barbary states v. 1 of 1132.13 

See also Algeria, Morocco, Tunis. 

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia, English authoress, b. 1745, d. 1825. Hymns in 

prose for children. Illustrated. New York, 1868. Sq. 12 . . 131.32 
Ellis, G. A. Memoir of Mrs. Barbauld, with many of her letters. 

[Also] A selection from [her] poems and prose writings. 1874. • 731.10 

Note. See Oliphant's Literary history, vol. a, and papers in LiueU's Living 
age, vol. 149 and 151. 

Barber, John Warner. Connecticut historical collections. With geo- 
graphical descriptions. Illustrated. Second edition. New Haven, 
[1836.] 8° 875.13 

Historical collections of Massachusetts. With geographical descrip- 
tions. Illustrated. [With a map.] Worcester, 1841. 8° . . . 876.17 

Historical collections of New York. With geographical descriptions 

of every township. Illustrated. New York, 184 1. 8° . . . . 874.18 
Barber, John Warner, and Howe, Henry. Historical collections of New 

Jersey. With geographical descriptions. Illustrated. N.Y., 1844. 8°. 874.17 
Barbou, Alfred. Victor Hugo; his life and works. From the French, 

by Frances A. Shaw. [With portraits.] Chicago, 1 881. 16 . . . 748.7 
Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, invalids, and settlers. With 

map and illustrations. New York, 1882. 12 333-36 

Barbour, Philip Pendleton, American judge, b. 1783, d. 184 1. See Story, J. 

Miscellaneous writings 1 136. 17 

Barchester towers. [A novel.] Trollope, A 926.1 

Barclay, John, Scotch surgeon and anatomist, b. 1758, d. 1826. See Jardine, 

Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library v. 24 of 522.5 

Bardic stories of Ireland. Kennedy, P 922.8 

Bardsley, Charles Wareing. English surnames. Second edition, revised 

and enlarged. London, 1875. I2 ° 761. 11 

Barere de Vieuzac, Bertrand, French revolutionist, b. 1755, d. 1841. See 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 5 of 191 5. 13 
Barff, Frederick S. Glass and silicates. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manu- 
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Barham, Richard Harris {Thomas Ingoldsby), English humorist, b. 1788, 

d. 1845. The Ingoldsby legends. New York, 1878. 2 v. in 1. 12 . .1824.17 



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Barham, Richard Harris, continued. 

Jerry Jarvis's wig. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 2 of 968.29 
Personal reminiscences. New York, 1875. Sq. 12 [Stoddard, R. H., 

ed. Bric-a-brac series.] 1918.7 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 7 I 9 2 4 

Barham, Richard Harris Dalton. Life and remains of Theodore Edward 

Hook. New and revised edition. London, 1877. ,2 ° 727.16 

Baring-Gould, Sabine, English divine and author, b. 1834. Curious myths 

of the middle ages. Boston, 1880. 12 1664.12 

Contents. The wandering Jew; Presterjohn; The divining rod; The seven 
sleepers of Ephesus; William Tell; The dog Gellert; Tailed men; Anti- 
christ and pope Joan; The man in the moon; The mountain of Venus; 
St. George; The legend of the cross; Schamir; Melusina; The Fortunate 
isles; The knight of the swan. 

Germany present and past London, 1879. 2 v. 8° 831.22 

Iceland : its scenes and sagas. With illustrations and a map. London, 

1863. L. 8° 229.2 

Legends of the patriarchs and prophets, and other Old Testament 

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A year's housekeeping in south Africa. With illustrations. Ixmdon, 

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Barnard, Charies. Co-operation as a business. N.Y., 1881. Sq. 16 . . 172S.7 
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Contents. My ten-sod farm, or how I became a florist; The strawberry 
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The strawberry garden. Boston, 187 1. 8° 666.30 

The tone masters. A musical series for young people. Mozart and 

Mendelssohn. Boston, 1876. 16° . , . . , M7- 11 

Handel and Haydn. Boston, 1880. 16 147*12 

Bach and Beethoven. Boston, 1880. 16 '47-13 

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The industrial arts. See United States. Department of state. Paris 

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Barnard, George, English artist, b. 1807. Drawing from nature. Coloured 

plates and woodcuts. New edition. London, 1877. 4 . . . . 617.31 

Handbook of foliage and foreground drawing. Illustrated. Third 

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Theory and practice of landscape painting in water-colours. Illus- 
trated by drawings in colours, and woodcuts. New and enlarged 
edition. London, 1858. 4 617.21 



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Barnard, Henry. Military schools and courses of instruction in the science 

and art of war. Part I. France and Prussia. Philadelphia, 1862. 8°. 1749.35 
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Barneveldt, Jan van Olden, Dutch statesman, b. 1547, d. 1619. Motley, 

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Barrett, Walter, pseud. See Scoville, Joseph A. 

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Barry, John Stetson. History of Massachusetts. [1620-1820.] Boston, 

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Barry, P. The fruit garden. Revised, enlarged, and illustrated. New 

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Barry Lyndon, esq. Thackeray, W. M v. 19 of 915.1 



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Barrymore, William. Wallace, the hero of Scotland. [French's Standard 

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Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, Jules, French philosopher and scholar, b. 1805. 

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Bartholomew fair: a comedy. Jonson, B 1868.17 

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Bartlett, G. B. Parlor amusements : tableaux, pantomimes, private theat- 
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Bartlett, John. Familiar quotations. Seventh edition. Boston, 1879. I2 ° R. L. 
The Shakespeare phrase book. Boston, 188 1. 12 R. L. 

Bartlett, John Russell. Dictionary of Americanisms. Fourth edition, 

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Bartlett, William Francis, American general in civil war, b. 1840, d. 1876. 

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genius of Weiss; Garrison, the reformer; Hunt, the artist. 

Radical problems. Boston, 1874. 12 . . , 937« I 3 

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Basil. [A novel.] Collins, W. W 924.3 

Baskerville, Alfred. The poetry of Germany. Translated into English 

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Bass. Henshall, J. A. Book of the black bass 636.10 

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Basselin de Vire, Olivier, French poet, b. 1350, d. 1419? See Besant, W. 

Studies in early French poetry 1925.18 

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Bates, E. Katharine. Nile days. A novel. Philadelphia, 1879. I2 ° • * 934- 2 5 
Bates, Henry Walter. Central America, the West Indies, and South 
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The naturalist on the river Amazons. Fourth edition, with illustrations. 

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Bath, Earl of. See Pulteney, William. 

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Osgood, H. Winter and its dangers. 1879 641.18 

Packard, J. H. Sea-air and sea-bathing. 1880 641.23 

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kin and his critics; Hugh Miller; The modern novel; Currer, 
Ellis, .and Acton Bell. 
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Bay-path, The: a tale of New England colonial life. Holland, J. G. . . 975.24 

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Bear-hunters, The, of the Rocky mountains. Bowman, Anne 126.17 

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Beard, James H., animal painter, b. 18 14. See Sheldon, G. W. American 

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Beard, William H., American painter, b. 1825. Sheldon, G. W. American 

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Beatoun, or Beaton, David, cardinal, b. 1494, d. 1546. See Lodge, E. Por- 
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Beatrice : a drama. Leland, O. S v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

Beatrice. [A novel.] Kavanagh, Julia 943-17 

Beattie, James, Scotch poet and philosopher, b. 1 735, d. 1803. Poetical works. 

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McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] I 7 , 3-25 

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Beauchampe. A sequel to Charlemont. Simms, W. G. 979-43 

Beaufort, Duke of. See Somerset, Henry Charles Fitzroy. 

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Beaufort, Henry, cardinal, English lord chancellor, b. 1370, d. 1447. See 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 3 of 715.10 

Beaumarchais, Pierre Auguste Caron, Frettch dramatist, b. 1732, d. 1799. 

Besant, W. The French humorists. 1877 1926.10 

Lomenie, L. L. de. Beaumarchais and his times. 1857 748.23 

Beaumont, Francis, English dramatist and poet, b. 1 585, d, 161 5, and Fletcher, 

John, English dramatist and poet, b. 1576, d. 1625. Comedies: The 

chances ; Rule a wife and have a wife. [Modern British drama.] . v. 3 of 1859.9 



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Beaumont, Francis, and Fletcher, John, continued. 

The elder brother : a play. [French's Standard drama.] . • . . v. 9 of 1857.3 
Tragedies : Bonduca ; The false one ; A king and no king ; The maid's 
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Works. With an introduction by G. Darley. A new edition. [With 

portraits.] London, 1872-76. 2 v. L. 8° . . 1868.20 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Introduction by Darley; Commendatory verses; The maid's 
tragedy; Philaster; A king and no king; The scornful lady; 
Custom of the country ; The elder brother; The Spanish curate ; 
Wit without money ; The beggars' bush; The humorous lieu- 
tenant; The faithful shepherdess; The mad lover; The loyal 
subject; Rule a wife and have a wife; The laws of Candy ; The 
false one; The little French lawyer; Valentinian; Monsieur 
Thomas; The chances; The bloody brother, or Rollo, duke 
of Normandy; The wild-goose chase; A wife for a month; 
The pilgrim ; The captain. 
II. The prophetess; The queen of Corinth; Bonduca; The knight of 
the burning pestle ; The double marriage ; The knight of Malta ; 
Love's cure: Women pleased; The woman's prize; The island 



princess; The noble gentleman; The coxcomb; The sea- voyage; 
Wit at several weapons; The fair maid of the inn; Cupid's re- 
venge; Thierry and Theodoret; The woman-hater; The nice 



valour; The honest man's fortune; Four plays: triumph of 
honour, love, death, and time; The faithful friends; Two noble 
kinsmen; The maid in the mill; Love's pilgrimage; The lovers' 
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Hazlitt, W. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 1925.22 

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Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant, b. 18 16. See Snow, W. P. South- 
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Beautiful-leaved plants. Hibberd, S. New and rare beautiful-leaved 

plants. 187a 4629.15 

Lowe, E. J., and Howard, W. Beautiful leaved plants. 1872. . . . +629.18 

Beautifying country homes. Weidenmann, J 659.8 

Beauty. Cooley, A. J. The toilet : with a review of the different theories 

of beauty. 1873. 669.17 

Dewing, M. R. Beauty in dress. 188 1 669.7 

Emerson, R. W. Conduct of life v. 3 of 1 131. 13 

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Beauty draught, The. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9-10 of 911.1 

Beauty's daughters. A novel. Argles, M 942.26 

Beaux stratagem, The : a comedy. Farquhar, G. . . . v. 4 of 1859.9; 1868.24 
Beaver. Morgan, L. H. The American beaver and his works. 1868. . 436.49 
Beazley, Samuel. The steward. [French's Standard drama.] v. 34-35 of 1857.3 
Beccafumi, Domenico, Italian painter and sculptor •, b. 1479, '• '549* •&' 

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Becker, Wilhelm Adolf, German author, b. 1796, d. 1846. Charicles; or, 
illustrations of the private life of the ancient Greeks. Translated 

by F. Metcalfe. Fourth edition. London, 1874. 12 817.19 

Gallus ; or, Roman scenes of the time of Augustus. Translated by F. 

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Becket, Thomas a. See Thomas d Becket 

Beckford, William, English merchant, lord mayor, b, 1708, d, 1770. See 

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Bede, called the Venerable Bede, ecclesiastical historian, b. 673, d. 735. Eccle- 
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Montalembert, C. F. de T., comte de. The monks of the West . v. 2 of 759.26 
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Bede's charity. [A novel.] Smith, Hannah 937-8 

Bedford, Countesses of. See Russell, Anne and Lucy. 

Bedford, Duke of See Plantagenet, John. 

Bedford, Dukes of. See Russell, Francis, John, and William. 

Bedford, Earls of See Russell, Francis and John. 

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Bedford-row conspiracy, The. Thackeray, W. M v. 20 of 91 5.1 

Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. Blunt, Lady Anne 239.12 

Beds. Hunt, J. H. L. Beds and bedrooms. 1914*5 

Bed-time stories. Moulton, Louise C 131. 18 

Bee, The : essays on interesting subjects. Goldsmith, O v. 3 of 1122.22 

Bee or Beatrix. [A tale.] Walford, Lucy B v. 5 of 91 1.2 

Beecher, Catharine E., American authoress, b. 1800, d. 1857. Religious 

training of children. New York, 1864. 12 1629.32 

Beecher, Catharine E., and Stowe, Harriet E. Beecher. The American 

woman's home. New York, 1869. 8° 669.44 

Beecher, Rev. Charles. Spiritual manifestations. Boston, 1879. 8° . • 1719.22 
Beecher, Eunice W. Letters from Florida. New York, 1879. I ^° • • 333«8 
Beecher, Henry Ward, American divine and author, b. 1813. Lectures to 
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i873- I2 ° I7I8-33 

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Beriot, Maria Garcia, madame de, formerly madam* Malibran, vocalist, 

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Berlioz, Hector, French music composer, b. 1803, d. 1869. See Keddie, H. 

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Bermudas. Benjamin, S. G. W. The Atlantic islands. 1878 345. 17 

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Bernard du Grail, Charles de, French novelist, b. 1805, d. 1850. See James, 

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Berri, or Berry, Caroline Ferdinande Louise, duchesse de, b. 1798, d. 1870. 

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Bertram, James G. The harvest of the sea. Third edition, with illustra- 
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Bertram : a tragedy. Maturin, C. R v. 7 of 1857.3 

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Besant, Walter. The French humorists. Boston, 1877. 12 1926.10 

• Contents. The chanson; Rutebeuf the trouvere; The romance of the rose; 

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Scarron; La Fontaine; Boileau; Moliere; Regnard; Cresset; Bcau- 
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Gaspard de Coligny. [With portrait] New York, 1879. 12 [Besant, 

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Rabelais. Philadelphia, N. D. 16 . [Oliphant, M. O. W., ed. Foreign 

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Studies in early French poetry. Boston, 1877. 12 1925.18 

Contents. Introduction; Froissart; Alain Chattier; Christine de Pisan; 
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Martial de Paris; Francois Villon; Roger dcCollexye; Baude; Guillaume 
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Octavien "de Saint Gelais; Francis and Margaret; La famille Marot; 
Clotilde de Surville; English poems of Charles of Orleans. 

Besant, Walter, editor. The new Plutarch. Beesly, A. H. Sir John 

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Besant, W. Gaspard de Coligny. [With portrait] N. Y., 1879. I2 ° 741-18 
Besant, W., and Rice, J. Sir Richard Whittington, lord mayor of 

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Conder, C. R. Judas Maccabaeus. [With map.] New York, 1879. I2 ° 74 I - I 5 
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Tuckey, J. Joan of Arc, "the maid." [With portrait.] New York, 

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Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. The chaplain of the Fleet A novel. 

London, 1881. 3 v. 12 9 2 5- I 8 

The golden butterfly. New York, 1877. 8° 92943 

Sir Richard Whittington, lord mayor of London. New York, 1881. 12 

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Betsy Brown. [A poem.] Cheape, D v. 4 of 91 1.2 

Betterton, Thomas, English tragedian, b. 1635, d. 17 10. See Doran, J. 

Annals of the English stage v. 1 of 1869.32 

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Bevan, G. Phillips. The industrial classes and industrial statistics. With 

maps. London, 1876-77. 2 v. 16 673.4 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Mining, metals, chemicals, ceramics, glass, and paper. 
II. Textiles and clothing, food, and sundry industries. 

Bevan, G. Phillips, editor. British manufacturing industries. [With illus- 
trations.] London, 1876-77. 12 v. 16 673»5 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Iron and steel, by W. M.Williams; Copper and copper smelting, 
by I. A. Phillips; Brass founding, tin plate and zinc working, 
by W. Graham. 
II. Metallic mining and collieries, by W. W. Smyth; Coal, by A. . 
Galletry ; Building stones, by E. Hull ; Explosive compounds, 
by W. M. Williams. 
HI. Guus, nails, locks, wood screws, railway bolts and spikes, buttons, 
pins, needles, saddlery, and electroplate, by W. C. Aitken; Pens 
and papier mache 1 , by G. Lindsey. 
IV. Acids, alkalies, soap, and minor chemical products, by A. H. 
Church; Oils and candles, by W. M. Williams; Gas and 
lighting, by R. H. Patterson. 
V. Wool and its applications, by T. C. Archer; Flax and linen, by 

W. T. Charley; Cotton, by I. Watts; Silk, by B. F. Cobb. 
VI. Hosiery and lace, by W. Felkin ; Carpets, by C. Dresser; Dyeing 

and bleaching, by T. Sims. 
VII. Pottery, by L. Arnoux; Glass and silicates, by F. S. Barff; 
Furniture and woodwork, by J. H. Pollen. ' 

VIII. Paper, by T. C. Archer; Printing, by J. Hatton; Bookbinding, 
by H. T. Wood; Engraving, by S. Davenport; Photography, 
by P. Le Neve Foster; Toys, by G. C. T. Bartley. 
IX. Tobacco, by J. Dunning ; Hides and leather, by J. Collins ; Gutta- 
percha and indiarubber, by J. Collins; Fibres and cordage, by 
P. L. Simmonds. 
X. Ship-building, by B. Pirn: Telegraphy, by R. Sabine; Agricultu- 
ral machinery, by J. Wrightson; Railways and tramways, by 
D. K. Clark. 
XI. Jewellery, by G. Wallts; Gold working, by C. Boutell; Watches 
and clocks, by F. J. Britten; Musical instruments, by E. F. 
Rimbault; Cutlery, by F. Callis. 
XII. Salt, preservation of food, bread and biscuits, by T. J. Manley; 
Sugar refining, by C. H. Gill ; Butter and cheese, by M. Evans ; 
Brewing and distilling, by T. A. Pooley. 

Bevan, W. L. *The student's manual of ancient geography. Edited by W. 

Smith. New edition. Maps and illustrations. London, 1875. I2 ° 2I M 
The student's manual of modem geography. Fourth edition. [With 

maps and illustrations.] London, 1874. 1 2° 2x1.5 

Beverly, Mass. Nason, E. History of Beverly. [1630-1878.] .... 878.33 
Webber, C. H., and Nevins, W. S. Historical sketch of Beverly. 1877. 877.11 
Bewick, Thomas, English wood-engraver and naturalist, b. 1753, d. 1828. 
History of British birds. The figures engraved on wood by T. 

Bewick. [Third edition.] Newcastle, 1809. 2 v. 8° *438.27 

Contents. Vol. I. Land birds. II. Water birds. 

Fairholt, F. W. Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 1873. 619.20 
Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library. [A memoir.] . . v. 10 of 522.5 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 7x4.10 

Note. See Jackson and Chatto's Treatise on wood engraving, pp. 470-507. 

Bewick, William, English painter, b. 1795, <*• I ^°^- Landseer, T. Life 

and letters of William Bewick 618.17 

Beyle, Marie Henri (Stendhal), French novelist and poet, b. 1783,*/. 1842. 

See Hay ward, A. Selected essays v. 1 of 1918.19 

Bianchi, Girolamo, called Da Carpi, Italian painter, d. 1556. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 4 of 714.18 

Biarritz, France, Bennet, J. H. Winter and spring on the shores of the 

Mediterranean. 1875 2 34 *9 

Blackburn, H. The Pyrenees: life at French watering places. 1870 • 227.35 



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Biart, Lucien. Adventures of a young naturalist. Edited by P. Gillmore. 

With illustrations. New York, [1874.] 12 138.22 

An involuntary voyage. Translated by Mrs. C. Hoey and J. Lillie. 

Illustrated. New York, 1880. 12 9S& 2 3 

My rambles in the new world. Translated by Mary De Hauteville. 

[Illustrated.] London, 1877. 8° 95632 

Bias, Greek philosopher, flourished B. C. 544. See Fe'nelon, F. de S. de La 

Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers . 743*3 

Bible. Old and New Testament. 

Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testament : translated out of 
the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently 
compared and revised. Oxford, N. D. 8° R. L. 

Holy Bible, translated from the Latin vulgate : the Old Testament first 
published by the English college at Douay, 1609, and the New Tes- 
tament by the English college at Rheims, 1582. With annotations 
by the Rev. Dr. C hall oner. Revised and corrected. [Illustrated.] 
New York, N. D. 4 R. L 

Commentaries. 

Lange, Johann Peter, and others. Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. 

Translated from the German, and edited, with additions, by P. 

Schaff, in connection with American scholars. Old Testament 

London, 1870-80. 15 v. 8° 1617.5 

Contents. 

Vol. I. General introduction; Genesis^ by J. P. Lange. 

II. Exodus, by J. P. Lange; Leviticus, by F. Gardiner and J. P. 

Lange. 
III. Numbers, by J^P._Lange; Deuteronomy, by W. ,1. ScbrOder. 



III. Numbers, by J. P. Lange; Deuteronomy, by 

IV. Joshua, by F. R. Fay; Judges and Ruth, by '. 
V. The books of Samuel, by C. F. D. Erdmann. 



VI. Books of the Kings, by K. C. W. F. Bahr. 
VII. Chronicles, by O. Zockler: Ezra, by F. W. Schultz; Nehemiah, 

by H. Crosbys Esther, by F. W. Schultz. 
VIII. Job, a rhythmical version, by T. Lewis; Commentary on Job, by 
O. Zockler; General introduction to the poetical books, by P. 
Schaff. 
IX. Psalms, by C. B. Moll; New version of the Psalms, by T. J. 

Conant. 
X. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon, by O. Zockler. 




XIII. Ezekiel, by W. J. SchrOdcr; Daniel, by O. Zbckler. 

XIV. Minor prophets: General introduction, by C. Elliott; Hosea, Joel, 

and Amos, by O. Schmoller; Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nanum, 
Habakkuk, and Zephaniah, by P. Kleinert; Haggai, by J. F. 
M 'Curdy; Zechariah, by T. W. Chambers; Malacbi, by J. 
Packard. 
XV. The Apocrypha, by E. C. Bissell. 



Same. New Testament. New York, 1865-74. 10 v. 8° . . . 1618.3 

Contents. 

•I 

II. Mark, by J. P. Lange; Luke, by J. J. Van Oosterzee. 



Vol. I. Matthew, by J. P. Lange. 
- " k.byT.P.- " 

III. John, by J. P. Lange. 



IV. Acts of trie apostles, by G. V. Lechler. 
V. Romans, by 1. P. Lange and F. R. Fay. 
VI. Corinthians, by C. F. Rling. 

VII. Galatians, by O. Schmoller; Ephesians, Philippians, and Colos- 
sians, by K. Braune. 
VIII. Thessalomans, by C. A. Auberlen and C. J. Riggenbach; Timo- 
thy, Titus, and Philemon, by J. J. Van Oosterzee; Hebrews, 
by C. B. Moll. 
IX. Janws, by J. P. Lange and T. J. Van Oosterzee; Peter, by G. 
F. C. Fronmuller; John, by K. Braune; Judc, by G. F. C. 
Fronmtiller. 
X. Revelation of John, by J. P. Lange; Greek and topical index, 
by J. H. Woods. 



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Bible. Commentaries, continued. 

[Speaker's commentary.] The Holy Bible according to the authorized 
version (a. d. i6ii), with commentary and a revision of the trans- 
lation by bishops and other clergy of the Anglican church. Edited 
by F. C. Cook. Old Testament New York, [1871-81.] 6 v. 8° 1619.16 

Contents. 

Vol. I. General introduction to the Pentateuch, by E. H. Browne; 
Genesis, by E. H . B rowne ; Exodus, by F. C. Cook and S. Clark ; 
On the route of the Israelites from Rameses to Sinai, by F. C. 




by F. C. Cook; Leviticus, by S. Clark; Numbers, by 1 
Espin and J. F. Thrupp; Deuteronomy, by T. E. Espin. 
II. Joshua, by T. E. Espin; Judges, Ruth, and Samuel, by lord 
A. C. Hervey ; First book of Kings, by G. Rawlinson. 

III. Second book of Kings, by G. Rawlinson; Chronicles, Ezra, 

Nehemiah, and Esther, by G. Rawlinson. 

IV. Job, ~  ~ * ' ' 




V. Isaiah, by W. Kay ; Jeremiah and Lamentations, by R. P. Smith. 
VI. Ecekiel, by G. Currcy; Daniel, by H. J. Rose and J. M. Fuller; 
Hosea, by E. Hux table; Joel, by F. Meyrick; Amos, by R. 
Gandell; Obadiah, by F. Meynck; Jonah, by E. Hux table; 
Micah, by S. Clark; Nahum, by R. Gandell; Habakkuk, by 
F. C. Cook; Zephaniah, by R. Gandell; Haggai, Zecbaiiah, 
and Malachi, by W. Drake. 

Same. New Testament New York, [1879-80.] 4 v. 8° . . . 1618.5 

Contents. 

Vol. I. General introduction by W. Thomson; St. Matthew's gospel, 



General introduction by W. Thomson; St. Matthew's gospel, by A 

H. L. Mansel and F. C. Cook; St. Mark's gospel, by F. C. V 

Cook; St. Luke's gospel, by W. B. Jones and F. C. Cook. 



II. St. John's gospel by B. F. Westcott; Acts of the apostles, intro- 
duction by F. C. Cook, and commentary by W. Jacobson. 
III. Romans, by E. H. Guford; Corinthians, bv T. S. Evans and 
J. Waite; Galatians, by J. S. Howson; Epnesians, by F. Mey 



rick; Philippians, by J. Gwynn; Colossians and Thessalo- 

" W. Alexander; Timothy 
J. Jackson; Philemon, by W. Alexander. 



nia'ns, by W. Alexander; Timothy and Titus, by H. Wacc and 



IV. Hebrews, by W. Kay; General epistle of James, by R. Scott; 
  "- r,byF.r ----- 

John, by 
Lumby; Revelation of St. John, by W. Lee. 



episti 

First epistle of Peter, by F. C. Cook; Second epistle of Peter, 
by J. R. Lumby; John, by W Alexander; Jude, by J. R. 



Old Testament, with explanatory works, 

Hebrew prophets. A new translation, with an introduction and notes, 

by G. R. Noyes. Fifth edition. Boston, 1874. 2 v. 12 . . . 1615.9 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Joel; Amos; Hosea; Isaiah; Micah; Nahum; Zephaniah; Hab- 
akkuk; Obadiah. 
II. Jeremiah; Lamentations; Exekiel; Haggai; Zechariah; Mal- 
achi; Jonah; Daniel. 

Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Canticles. New translation, with introduc- 
tions and notes, by G. R. Noyes. Sixth edition, revised. Boston, 

1881. 12 1615.6 

Psalms and Proverbs. New translation, with introductions and notes, 

by G. R. Noyes. Sixth edition. Boston, 1880. 12 I ^ I 5<5 

Ruth. [Johnson, £. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 3 of 968.29 

Colenso, J. W., bishop of Natal. The Pentateuch and book of Joshua 

critically examined. 1862-79. 161 5.17 

Davidson, S. Introduction to the Old Testament 1862 1615.15 

Froude, J. A. The book of Job. [An essay.] v. 1 of 191 5. 16 

Lowth, R. Lectures on the sacred poetry of the Hebrews. 1816. . .1615.13 

Smith, G. The Chaldean account of Genesis. 1876. 3 I S^4 

Smith, W. R. The Old Testament in the Jewish church. 1881. . . . 1614.27 

The prophets of Israel and their place in history. 1882. . . . 1614.28 

Swedenborg, £. The heavenly arcana. [Genesis and Exodus.] 1870-78. 1639.6 



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Bible, continued. New Testament^ with explanatory works. 

New Testament Translated from the Greek text of Tischendorf, by 

G. R. Noyes. Seventh thousand. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . . 1616.15 
New Testament, translated out of the Greek: being the version set 
forth a.d. 161 1, compared with the most ancient authorities and 

revised A. D. 1 88 1. Cambridge, 1881. 8° R.L. 

New Testament, translated out of the original Greek : containing the 
authorized version and the new revised version, arranged in parallel 

columns. Philadelphia, 1881. 12 R.L. 

Acts : with a commentary by A. A. Livermore. Boston, 188 1. 8° . . 1616.22 
Epistle of Paul to the Romans : with a commentary and revised trans- 
lation, and introductory essays, by A. A. Livermore. Bost., 1881. 8°. 1616.23 
Epistle to the Hebrews, the epistles of James, Peter, John, and Jude, 
and the Revelation of John the divine ; with a commentary and 

essays by A. A. Livermore. Boston, 1881. 8° 1616.25 

Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, 
Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon; with 
introductions and a commentary by A. A. Livermore. Boston, 

1881. 8° 1616.24 

Four gospels: with a commentary by A. A. Livermore. Boston, 1881. 

2 v. 8° , 1616.21 

Abbot, E. Authorship of the fourth gospel: external evidences. 1880. 1616.31 

Alford, H. How to study the New Testament. 1865-77 1616.7 

Davidson, S. Introduction to the New Testament 1848-51 1616.33 

Doddridge, P. The family expositor. 1745-56. 1619.15 

Fisher, G. P. The genuineness of the fourth gospel ; Origin of the first 

three gospels ; Book of Acts. [Essays.] 1627.30 

Froude, J. A. Criticism and the gospel history v. 1 of 191 5.16 

Hedge, F. H. The mythical element in the New Testament 1648.26 

Ilowson, J. S. Evidential value of the Acts of the apostles. 1880. . 161 6. 13 

Meditations on the miracles 161 6.6 

Morison, J. H. Disquisitions and notes on the gospels. Matthew. 1616.20 

Newman, J. H., cardinal. Essays on biblical and ecclesiastical miracles. 1616.16 

Norton, A. Evidences of the genuineness of the gospels. 1880. . . 1616.17 

Internal evidences of the genuineness of the gospels. 1856. . . . 1616.36 

Swedenborg, E. The Apocalypse revealed. 1878 1639.10 

Tischendorf, F. K. Origin of the four gospels. [1867.] 1616.3 

Trench, R. C, archbishop of Dublin. Notes on the parables. 1874. . 1616.27 

Studies in the gospels. 1878 1616.26 

Synonyms of the New Testament 1880 1616.28 

Apocryphal New Testament. 

The Apocryphal New Testament, being all the gospels, epistles, and 
other pieces now extant, attributed in the first four centuries to 
Jesus Christ, his apostles, and their companions. Translated and 
collected [by W. Hone]. London, 1820. 8° R. L. 

Content*. Gospel of the birth of Mary; The Protevangelion ; First gospel 
of the infancy of Tesus Christ ; Thomas's gospel of the infancy of Jesus 
Christ; Epistles of Jesus Christ and Abgarus; Gospel of Nicodcmus: The 
apostles' creed; Epistle of Paul to the Laodiceans; Epistles of Paul to 
Seneca, and Seneca sto Paul; Acts of Paul and Thecla; First and second 

fiistles of Clement; General epistle of Barnabas; Epistles of Ignatius; 
pistle of Polycarp to the Philippians; The Shepherd of Hennas. 

EUicott, C. J., bp. of Gloucester. Apocryphal gospels. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1917.23 



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Bible, continued. Concordances, dictionaries, expositions. 

Cruden, A. Concordance of the Old and New Testament 1879. . . R. L 

Geikie, C. Hours with the Bible. 1881-82 161 4. 14 

Oort, H., Hooykaas, I., and Kuenen, A. The Bible for learners. 

1879-80 1614.17 

Smith, W. Dictionary of the Bible, comprising its antiquities, biog- 
raphy, etc. Revised by H. B. Hackett and E. Abbot 1877. . . R. L. 
Spurgeon, C. H. Commenting and commentaries: with a list of the 

best biblical commentaries and expositions. 1876. 1021.16 

Young, R. Analytical concordance to the Bible. 188 1 R. L. 

History, geography, antiquities. 

Kitto, J. Scripture lands. With a biblical atlas. [1850.] 258.11 

Merrill, G. E. The story of the manuscripts. 1881 1614.6 

Palmer, E. H. The desert of the exodus. [1868-70.] 239.5 

Rawlinson, G. Historical evidences of the truth of the Scripture 

records. 1800. 1614.19 

Robinson, E., and Smith, E. Biblical researches in Palestine, and in 

the adjacent regions. 1838-52 239.24 

Smith, W. The student's Scripture history. Old Testament 1879. • 1614.24 

Same. New Testament. 1879. • • • • 1614.25 

Smith, W., and Cheetham, S. Dictionary of Christian antiquities. 

1875-80. R.L. 

Smith, W., and Grove, G. Atlas of ancient geography, 'biblical and 

classical. 1875 R-L» 

Stowe, C. E. Origin and history of the books of the Bible, both the 

canonical and the apocryphal. The New Testament. 1867. . . 1614.31 
Taylor, I. Transmission of ancient books: including remarks upon 

the evidence usually adduced in behalf of the Holy Scriptures. 1875. 1 1 *8.2 
Thomas, J. B. Significance of the historic element in Scripture. . . 1647.2 

Thomson, W. M. The Land and the Book. [1857-80.] 239.19 

Van Lennep, H. J. Bible lands : their modern customs and manners 

illustrative of Scripture. 1875 239.22 

Westcott, B. F. General view of the history of the English Bible. 1872. 1614*12 

Miscellaneous works. 

Arnold, M. God and the Bible. Review of objections to " Literature 

and dogma." 1876. 1614.4 

Literature and dogma : an essay towards a better apprehension of 

the Bible. 1877 1614.10 

Bailey, S. W. Nahbion ; or, the Bible and the poets. 1874 1 619.7 

Baring-Gould, S. Legends of the patriarchs and prophets. 1872. . • 1669.12 
Burr, E. F. Ad fidem ; or, parish evidences of the Bible. 1876. . . 1614.22 
Clarke, J. F. The Bible. [A lecture.] 1627.3 

The Bible and inspiration. [An essay.] 1627.13 

Dawson, J. W. Nature and the Bible. 1875 1 613.6 

Everett, E. The Bible. [A speech.] v. 2 of 1137.28 

Macmillan, H. Bible teachings in nature. 1878 161 14 

The Sabbath of the fields. Sequel to " Bible teachings in nature." 161 1.5 

Mitchel, O. M. The astronomy of the Bible. 1863 421.18 

Wood, J. G. Bible animals. 1872 436.53 



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Bible. Miscellaneous works, continued. 

Wordsworth, C, bishop of St. Andrews. Shakspeare's knowledge and 

use of the Bible. 1880. 1864.31 

Yonge, C. M. Aunt Charlotte's stories of Bible history. 1876. ... 1 1 1.3 

Note. See Prof. Robertson Smith's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
vol. %. 

See also Apostles, Christianity, Church history, Jesus Christ, Jews, 
Palestine, Religion and science, Theology. 

Bibliography. Abbot, E. Literature of the doctrine of a future life. 1880. 1628.33 
Allibone, S. A. Critical dictionary of English literature and British 

and American authors. 1878 R. L. 

Bibliography of the Paris exposition of 1867 v. 1 of 15557 

Chambers, G. F. Descriptive astronomy. [With a bibliography.] 1877. 422.24 
Dexter, H. M. Congregationalism. With a bibliographical appendix. 

1880 1637.33 

Fisher, G. P. The reformation. [With a bibliography.] 1873. • • • 1656.22 
Halkett, S., and Laing, J. Dictionary of the anonymous and pseudony- 
mous literature of Great Britain, vol. 1. 1882 R. L. 

Hitchcock, E. Bibliography of North American fossil footmarks, v. 1 of 429.54 
Lang, A. The library. With a chapter on modern English illustrated 

books by A. Dobson. 1881 628.9 

Library journal : devoted to library economy and bibliography. 1876-81. R. L. 
Lowndes, W. T. The bibliographer's manual of English literature. 

1871 R.L. 

Maberly, J. The print collector. With a bibliography of engraving by 

R. Hoe, jr. 1880 624.50 

Nichols, G. W. Pottery. With a bibliography. 1879 625.14 

Perkins, F. B. The best reading. With a classified bibliography. 1878. R. L. 
Providence, R.I. Public library. Monthly reference lists. Vol. 1, 188 1. R. L. 
Smyth, W. Lectures on modern history. [With a list of books recom- 
mended and referred to.] . , v. 1 of 81 1.2 1 

Spofford, A. R. Library bibliography ; Works of reference for libraries. 
[Warren, S. R., and Clark, S. N., eds. Public libraries of the 

United States.] R. L. 

Spurgeon, C. H. List of the best biblical commentaries. 1876. . . 1021.16 
Stearns, W. A. New England bird life. [With a bibliography.] 188 1. 438.22 
Thomas, I. Printing in America. With a catalogue of American pub- 
lications previous to the revolution. 1874. v. 2 of 674.49 

Tyson, J. The cell doctrine. With a bibliography of the subject. 1878. 654.20 
White, A. D. Bibliography of the French revolution. [1874.] . . . 861.53 
Winsor, J. Reader's handbook of the American revolution. 1880. . R. L. 

Yule, H. Bibliography of Marco Polo's Book v. 2 of 314.8 

See alto Books and reading, Catalogues, Journalism, Libraries. 

Bibliomania- Brown, J. T. Bibliomania. [An essay.] .... v. 2 of 1914.17 

Burton, J. H. The book-hunter. 188 1 1024.8 

Mathews, W. Book-buying. [An essay.] x 937-35 

Bibliotheca sacra. Vol. 1-38. 1844-81. Andover, 1844-81. 38 v. 8°. 1351.3 
Draper, W. F. Index to the Bibliotheca sacra, vol. 1-30. 1874. . . R. L. 

Bicci, Lorenzo di, Italian painter, b. 1350, d. 1427. See Vasari, G. Lives 

of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 1 of 714.18 



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Bickerstaff, Isaac, Irish dramatist ', b. 1735, '• l 7%7- Comic operas : Love 
in a village ; The maid of the mill ; The padlock. [Modern British 
drama.] v. 5 of 1859.9 

The sultan : a farce. [Modern British drama.] v. 5 of 18599 

Bickerstaff, Isaac, and Foote, Samuel. Dr. Last in his chariot : a farce. 

[Modern British drama.] v. 5 of 1859.9 

Bickmore, Albert S. Travels in the East Indian archipelago. [Map and 

illustrations.] New York, 1869. 8° 343-21 

Bicycle. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [188 1.] 632.15 

Chandler, A. D. A bicycle tour in England and Wales. With an 

appendix on the use of the bicycle. 1881 . 225.9 

Pratt, C. E. The American bicycler. 1879 634.6 

Bidwell, Charles Toll. The Balearic islands. With map and illustrations. 

London, 1876. 12 • 344-8 

Bierstadt, Albert, American painter, b. 1829. Keddie, H. Modern 

painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Sheldon, G. W. American painters : with examples of their work. 1881. 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764 32 

BiGELOW, Edward L. History of Marlborough, Mass. See Griffin, R. A. 
Bigelow, Erastus B. The tariff policy of England and of the United States 

contrasted. Boston, 1877. 8° 175640 

BiGELOW, Jacob, American physician and botanist, b. 1787, d. 1879. Modern 

inquiries. Boston, 1870. 12 663.19 

Contents, Limits of education: Classical and utilitarian studies: Life and 
works of count Rumford; Death of Pliny the elder; Burial of the dead, 
and Mount Auburn cemetery; Action of Cochituate water on lead pipes, 
and the influence of the same on health; Self-limited diseases; Treatment 
of disease; Medical profession and quackery; Expositions of rational 
medicine; The paradise of doctors, a fable; Medical education; Early 
history of medicine; Whether cholera is contagious; Cattle disease in 
Massachusetts; Report on homoeopathy; Address before the Academy of 
arts and sciences; Aphorisms on the war: Dialogue between Napoleon 1 
and Jeremiah, a late citizen of the United States; The dark side, the 
bright side, tne practicable side. 

Bigelow, John, editor. Life of Benjamin Franklin. [Portrait] Phila- 
delphia, 1877. 3 v. 8° 766.9 

Bigelow, L. J. Bench and bar. With portraits and illustrations. New 

York, 1871. 8° 1769.16 

Bigelow, Marshall T. Punctuation and other typographical matters. 

Boston, 1881. 16 R.L. 

Bigio, Francesco di Crist of ano, Florentine painter, b. 1432, d. 1524. See 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 3 of 714.18 

Biglow papers, The. Lowell, J. R 1836.25; 1836.36 

Bikelas, D. Loukis Laras: reminiscences of a Chiote merchant. Trans- 
lated from the Greek by J. Gennadi us. London, 1881. 12 „ . . . 951.24 

Billerica, Mass. Hill, F. P. History of Billerica. [1637-1879.] . v. 1 of 878.26 

Billiards. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [1881.] 632.15 

Dick, W. B.. The American Hoyle. 1879. 633.15 

Phclan, M. The game of billiards. [1873.] 633.11 

Billing, Archibald. Science of gems, jewels, coins, and medals, ancient 

and modern. [With plates.] London, 1867. 8° 622.30 

Billing, Sir Thomas, lord chief justice of England, d. 1482. See Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices v. 1 of 7 1 5.9 

Billings, Josh, pseud. See Shaw, Henry W. 



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Billington, Elizabeth, English vocalist, b. 1770, d. 1818. See Ferris, G. T. 

Great singers. v. 1 of 714.5 

Billroth, Theodor. General surgical pathology and therapeutics. Trans- 
lated from the German by C. E. Hackley. [With illustrations.] New 
York, 1879. 8° 657.5 

Binck, or Bink, Jakob, German painter and engraver % d. 1560. See Scott, 

W. B. The little masters 712.21 

Bingen on the Rhine. [A poem.] Norton, Hon. Caroline E. S. . . v. 7 of 968.29 

Bingham, Anne Willing, b. 1764, d. 1801. See Ellet, E. F. Queens of 

American society 764.16 

Bingham, Hiram. Residence of twenty-one years in the Sandwich islands : 

civil, religious, and political history. Hartford, 1849. 8° 858.27 

Biography. Abbott, J. S. C. American pioneers and patriots. See Abbott. 

Lives of the presidents of the United States. 1867 764.18 

Adams, W. H. D. Records of noble lives 7"-i7 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism. 1858-60 1918.24 

Besant, W., ed. The new Plutarch. See Besant, W. 

Bourne, H. R. F. Famous London merchants. 1869 7164 

Brightwell, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and the workshop. . . . 147.5 
Brougham, H., lord. Men of letters of the time of George ill. .v. 2 of 1 127.5 

Philosophers of the time of George in v. 1 of 11 27.5 

Statesmen of the time of George Hi and iv v. 3-5 of 11 27.5 

Brown, T. A. History of the American stage. 1 733-1870 1869.27 

Bush, A. F. Memoirs of the queens of France. 1843 737- 2 7 

Calvert, G. H. Coleridge, Shelley, Goethe : biographic studies. [1880.] 714.15 
Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals. [Short biographical 

sketches.] 1873 716.8 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices of England. [1066-1832.] 

i874 7I5-9 

Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the great seal of Eng- 
land. [605- 182a] 1868 715-10 

Campbell, L. J. Pronouncing biographical dictionary. [Appendix to 

Webster's Dictionary.] R. L. 

Carlyle, T. Critical and miscellaneous essays. . v. 9 of 1126.1 ; v. 3 of 1915.17 

Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history v. 12 of 11 26.1 

Challice, A. E. Illustrious women of France. 1873 737. 1 7 

Chambers, W. Stories of remarkable persons. 1878 7 11. 16 

Champlin, J. D., jr. Young folks' cyclopaedia of persons and places. 

ji88i R.L. 

Chesney, C. C. Essays in military biography. 1874 1918.28 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878 718.23 

Clarke, M. C. World-noted women. 1868 719.26 

Clement, C. E. Painters, sculptors, architects, engravers. 1879. • • • R. L. 

Clement, C. E., and Hutton, L. Artists of the nineteenth century. 1879. R. L. 
Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics for English readers. See Collins, 

W. L. 

Cooper, J. F. Lives of distinguished American naval officers. 1846. . 762.9 

Craik, G. L. Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties. 1876. .... 711.27 

Crowest, F. The great tone-poets. 1878 7 1 4-21 

Cur wen, H. History of booksellers 7 I 9*7 



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Biography, continued. 

Darton, J. M. Heroism of Christian women in our own time. 1882. . 718.14 

Davidson, J. R. Eminent English liberals in and out of parliament. 1880. 71 5.19 

De Liefde, J. The great Dutch admirals. [1595-1691.] M7-I7 

De Quincey, T. Biographical and historical essays v. 6 of 11 25. 13 

Doran, J. Queens of England of the house of Hanover. 1880. . . 717.19 

Drake, F. S. Dictionary of American biography. 1879 R. L. 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men. 147 .7 

Footprints of famous men. 1878 M7-8 

Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 147-9 

Eggleston, E., and Seelye, L. E. Famous American Indians. See Eg- 
gleston, E. 

El let, E. F. The queens of American society. 764.16 

Emerson, R. W. Representative men. 1879 v. 2 of 1131.13 

Farrar, F. W. Seekers after God. 1877 743-9 

Fe'nelon, F. de S. de La M. Lives of the ancient philosophers. . . . 743*3 

Ferris, G. T. The great German composers. 18S0 7*4-3 

The great Italian and French composers. 1879. 7 I 4-4 

Great singers : Bordoni to Titiens. 1880-81 7*4-5 

Great violinists and pianists. 1S81 7-4-6 

Fitzgerald, P. The Kembles. [1871.] 736.15 

Flanders, H. Chief justices of the United States. 1881 764.26 

Foa, E. Boy artists. 1868 147.3 

Forney, J. VV. Anecdotes of public men. 1873-81 762.13 

Forster, J. Statesmen of the commonwealth of England 716.28 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 7 13.45 

Gautier, T., and others. Famous French authors. 1879. 737-3 1 

Gower, Lord R. C. S. L. The figure painters of Holland. 1880. . . 712.27 
Green, J. R., ed. Classical writers. See Green, J. R. 

Greene, G. W. Biographical studies, i860 x 938-33 

Greenwood, F. W. P. Lives of the twelve apostles. 1874. .... 16254 

Griswold, R. W. The prose writers of America. 1870 1819.23 

Hale, S. J. Biography of distinguished women. 1873. 719.28 

Hall, Mrs. M. Queens [of England] before the conquest. 1854. . • 717.14 

Hall, S. C. A book of memories. 1877 719-24 

Hamerton, P. G. Contemporary French painters. 1869. 617.27 

Modern Frenchmen. 1878. 737. 10 

Hawthorne, N. Biographical sketches. 1879 97 2 -3 

Hayward, A. Selected essays. 1879 1918.19 

Henscl, S. The Mendelssohn family. 1882 753-37 

Heroes of Christian history. See Heroes. 

Hewlett, H. G. The heroes of Europe, A. D. 700 to 1700. i860. . . 147.10 

Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 715-4 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 715.5 

Hole, C, and Wheeler, W. A. A brief biographical dictionary. 1866. R. L. 

Holloway, L. C. The ladies of the White house. 1789-1881. . . . 764.11 
Howells, W. D., ed. Choice autobiographies. See Howells, W. D. 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Howson, J. S., dean of Chester. Companions of St. Paul. 1871. . . 1625.15 
Hueffer, F., ed. The great musicians. See Hueffer, F. 



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Biography, continued. 

Hunt, J. H. L. Stories from the Italian poets : with lives of the writers. 951.12 
Hutton, L., ed, American actor series. See Hutton, L. 
Illustrated biographies of the great artists. See Illustrated biographies. 

International portrait gallery. [With biographical sketches.] .... 719.34 

Irving, W. Biographical sketches v. 2 of 972.37 

Mahomet and his successors. 1868 759*5 

James, G. P. R. Memoirs of great commanders 7 II *3&' 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns. 1880. . . 711.26 

Memoirs of early Italian painters. [1 240-1 592.] 1874 714.27 

Japp, A. H. Noble workers. 1877 711.22 

Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the pretenders. [1 688-1 788.] 826.6 

Johnson, E. R. Little classics. Authors. [Biographical sketches.] v. 8 of 968.29 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons. 1854. v. 2 of 11 22. 17 

Lives of the English poets. 1854 v. 1 of 1122.17; 71437 

Kaye, J. W. Lives of Indian officers. 1867 716.21 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Musical composers and their works. 1878. 7M- 11 

The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714.12 

King, E. French political leaders. 1876. 737-6 

Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. Memoirs of celebrated characters. 1854. 711*33 
Lanman, C. Biographical annals of the civil government of the United 

States. 1776-1876 . . . R. L. 

Dictionary of the United States congress. 1 776-1868 R. L. 

Lecky, W. E. H. Leaders of public opinion in Ireland. 1872. . . . 715.24 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866 171 2.19 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. 1849-50. 718.9 
Lossing, B. J. Lives of the signers of the declaration of American 

independence. 1870 763.28 

McBride, J. Pioneer biography. Early settlers of Butler county, Ohio. 872.32 

McCabe, J. D. Great fortunes and how they were made. 187 1. -. . 762.21 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

Maclear, G. F. Apostles of mediaeval Europe 7S9- 2 ° 

Madden, R. R. The United Irishmen : their lives and times. 1857-60. 719.13 

Magoon, E. L. Orators of the American revolution. 1873 764-2 

Martin, F. Handbook of contemporary biography. 1870 R. L. 

Marti neau, H. Biographical sketches. 1852-75 718.13 

Men of the third republic; or the present leaders of France. 1873. • 737- f 9 

Men of the time. Revised by T. Cooper. 1879 R. L. 

Morley, J., ed. English men of letters. See Morley, J. 
Morse, J. T.,jr. American statesmen. See Morse, J. T.,yV*. 

Mossman, S. Heroes of discovery. 1877 7 ir «39 

Murray, E. C. G. Men of the second empire. 1872 737*" 

National portrait gallery. [With biographical sketches.] [1876.] . . 719.32 

Oliphant, M. O. W. The makers of Florence. 1877 757-28 

Oliphant, M. O. W., ed. Foreign classics for English readers. See 

Oliphant, M. O. W. 

Parker, T. Historic Americans. 187 1 763.35 

Parton, J. Famous Americans of recent times. 1879. 764.5 

People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 



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Biography, continued. 

Perkins, C. C. Italian sculptors. 1868 *6i9-43 

Tuscan sculptors : their lives, works, and times. 1864. .... 0619.40 

Personal recollections of distinguished engineers. 1868 716.18 

Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans]. 1878 743*28 

Prescott, W. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. • • - I 93^.34 

Robinson, W. S. " Warrington " pen-portraits. 1877 1 949*9 

Sabine, L. Biographical sketches of the loyalists of the American 

revolution. 1864 764.12 

Sainte-Beuve, C. A. English portraits. 1875 718.22 

Portraits of celebrated women. 1868. 7374 

Scott, Sir W. Biographies [of the novelists, and other eminent persons]. 

v. 3-4 of 1 123.7 

Scott, W. B. The little masters. 1879 712.21 

Scoville, J. A. The old merchants of New York city. 1872 762.15 

Sheldon, G. W. American painters : with examples of their work. 1881. 617.22 
Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7i'« I 9 

Industrial biography : iron workers and tool-makers. 1876.. . • 711.20 

Lives of the engineers. 1874-77 7*6.13 

Smith, G. Three English statesmen. 1879 715.17 

Smith, W. Classical dictionary of biography, mythology, etc 1877. • - R. I~ 

Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography. 1876 R. L. 

Snow, W. P. Southern generals ; their lives and campaigns. 1866. . 764.22 

Sparks, J. Library of American biography. 1860-73 762.5 

Same. Second series. 1845-48 763.5 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865 R. L. 

Stephen, Sir J. Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 1875 1918.23 

Stothert, J. French and Spanish painters. 1877 *6i9.3i 

Stowe, H. E. B. Men of our times. 1868 764.10 

Strickland, A. Lives of the bachelor kings of England. 1861. . . . 717.8 

Lives of the queens of England from the Norman conquest. 1877. 717.5 

Lives of the queens of Scotland and English princesses. 1868-78. 717.10 
Stuart, C. B. Lives of the civil and military engineers of America. 187 1. 764.21 
Suetonius Tranquillus, C. Lives of the twelve Caesars. [Also] Lives 

of the grammarians, rhetoricians, and poets. 1858 1847.3 

Sweetser, M. F., ed. Artist-biographies. See Sweetser, M. F. 
Thacher, J. Military journal during the American revolutionary war. 

[With] Biographical sketches of several officers. 1854. .... 866.27 
Thackeray, W. M. English humourists of the 18th century. . . v. 23 of 91 5.1 
Thomas, J. Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography. 1878. . R. L. 
Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The queens of society. 1876. 718.5 

The wits and beaux of society. 1873 718.6 

Thornbury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. 1861. . . 714.28 

The buccaneers ; or monarchs of the main 711.25 

Towle, G. M. Certain men of mark. 1880 711. 14 

Trollope, T. A. A decade of Italian women. 1859. 757-5 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 * 939*37 

Tulloch, J. Leaders of the reformation. 1859 711.36 

Tuttle, H. German political leaders. 1876. 756.6 



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Biography, continued. 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art. 1870 714*24 

Vapereau, L. G. Dictionnaire universel des contemporains. 1870. . R. L. 

Same. Cinquieme Edition refondue et augmented. 1880. . . R. L. 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. 1877-79. • 7 ! 4-i8 

Viardot, L., and others. Illustrated history of painters. 1877. • • • R* L* 

Vincent, B. Dictionary of biography. 1877 R. L. 

Walton, I. Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert, and Sanderson. 

1866. 711. 10 

Warner, C. D., ed. American men of letters. See Warner, C. D. 

Whittier, J. G. Old portraits and modern sketches v. 1 of 1 131. 11 

Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 1880 711.29 

Wiseman, N. P. S. Recollections of the last four popes. 1858. . . 758.12 

Yonge, C. M. Pioneers and founders. [187 1.] . . . 711.31 

Pupils of St John, the divine 1625.14 

Note. The contents of most of these collections will be found under the names 
of the authors, and for the biography, diaries, and correspondence of 
individuals, see their names. 

See alto Actors, Architects, A rtists. Criticism, Dramatists, Engravers, 
Genealogy, Literature, Novelists, Painters, Philosophers, Poets, Sculptors, 
Statesmen, etc., and special biographical references under the following 
countries — England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, United States. 

Biology. Bastian, H. C. The beginnings of life. 1872 431-5 

Beale, L. Bioplasm : an introduction to physiology. 1872 654.9 

Protoplasm; or matter and life. 1874 654.12 

Bushnell, H. Life, or the lives. [A lecture.] v. 1 of 1937.31 

Cook, J. Biology. [Thirteen lectures.] 1877 1647.12 

Hinton, J. Life in nature. 1872 A3 1 -3 

Holmes, O. W. Mechanism of vital actions. [An essay.] 663.20 

Huxley, T. H. Evolution in biology; Connection of the biological 

sciences with medicine. [Essays.] 191 6. 17 

On the physical basis of life v. 1 of 41616 ; 1916.23 

Letourneau, C. Biology. 1878 431-24 

Lewes, G. H. The nature of life. [Problems of life.] 1714.11 

Maudsley, H. Body and mind. [Theory of vitality.] 1873 651.17 

Murphy, J. J. Habit and intelligence : essays on life and mind. 1879. 1714.25 

Spencer, H. Principles of biology. 1875 43 I#22 

Stirling, J. H. As regards protoplasm : reply to Huxley. . . . v. 1 of 416 6 

Tyndall, J. Vitality. [An essay.] 417*6 

Note. See the important article by Huxley and Dyer, in the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, vol. 3. 

See also Anatomy, Botany, Evolution, Histology, Microscope, 
Physiology, Zoology. 

BlON, Scythian philosopher, flourished B. C. 250. See Fe*nelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers. 743*3 

Bioplasm. Beale, L. Bioplasm : an introduction to physiology. 1872. . 654.9 

Birch, Samuel. Introduction to the study of Egyptian hieroglyphs. See 

Wilkinson, Sir]. G. Egyptians in the time of the Pharaohs 815.15 

Bird, Isabella L. The Hawaiian archipelago. Third edition. With illus- 
trations [and a map]. London, 1880. 12 342.16 

A lady's life in the Rocky mountains. With illustrations. N. Y., 1879. I2 ° 334*34 
Unbeaten tracks in Japan. Map and illustrations. N. Y., 1881. 2 v. 8° 314.1 

Bird, Joseph. Protection against fire, and the best means of putting out 

fires. New York, 1873. I2 ° i759-i8 



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Birds, itt ornithology. Adams, H. G. Nests and eggs of familiar birds. 187 1. 438.10 
Audubon, J. J. The birds of America. [With 500 colored plates.] 187a ^43843 
Baily, W. L. Our own birds : a familiar history of the birds of the 

United States. 1878 438.14 

Baird, S. F., Brewer, T. M., and Ridgway, R. History of North 

American birds. Land birds. [Colored plates.] 1875 438-45 

Bewick, T. History of British birds. The figures engraved on wood 

by T. Bewick. 1809 *43&27 

Buist, K. A. Birds: their cages and keep. 1874. 438.16 

Burroughs, J. Birds and poets. 1878 1946.20 

Locusts and wild honey. 1879 1946.21 

Wake-robin. [Essays on birds and their habits.] 1946.19 

Cory, C. B. A naturalist in the Magdalen islands. 1878 445-4 

Coues, E. Field ornithology. Instruction for procuring, preparing and 

preserving birds, and a check list of North American birds. 1874. 438.31 

Key to North American birds: account of every species of living 

and fossil bird north of the Mexican and U. S. boundary. 1872. 438.50 

Figuier, G. L. Reptiles and birds. [1873.] 436.14 

Flagg, W. Birds and seasons of New England. 1875 435-3 2 

Hibberd, S. Rustic adornments. [Chamber birds, and the aviary.] 187a 667.41 

Higginson, T. W. The life of birds. [An essay.] 1938.8 

Holden, C. F. and G. H. New book on birds. [Cage and song birds.] 

1881 438.3 

Ingersoll, E. Birds '-nesting : a handbook of instruction in gathering 

and preserving the nests and eggs of birds. 1882 516.12 

Jardine, Sir W. Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. ... v. 1-4 of 522.5 

Gallinaceous birds v. 14 of 522.5 

Game birds v. 8 of 522.5 

Humming-birds v. 6-7 of 522.5 

Nectariniadae, or sun-birds v. 5 of 522.5 

Kingsley, C. A charm of birds 1917.12 

Kirby, M. and E. Beautiful birds in far-off lands. 1872 438.11 

Lowell, J. R. My garden acquaintance. [An essay.] 1936.27 

Martin, W. C. L. Humming birds, or the trochilidae 438.6 

Maynard, C. J. The naturalist's guide, with a complete catalogue of 

the birds of eastern Massachusetts. 1877 438.24 

Michelet, J. The bird. 1879 428.24 

Plinius Secundus, C. Natural history v. 2 of 1849.9 

Ruskin, J. Love's meinie. Lectures on Greek and English birds. 1873. 43$- 21 
Samuels, E. A. The birds of New England and adjacent states. 1880. 438.35 

Ornithology and oology of New England. [Colored plates.] 1868. +438.40 
Stearns, W. A. New England bird life. Part I. Oscines. 1881. . • 438.12 
Swainson, W. Birds of western Africa. v. n-12 of 522.5 

Flycatchers v. 13 of 522.5 

Wood, J. G. Illustrated natural history. 1862 v. 2 of 439.19 

Note. In the two editions of Samuels noticed above, the text is identical. 
St* also Natural history, Taxidermy. 

Birds, The : a comedy. Aristophanes v. 1 of 1856.9 

Birds and poets, with other papers. Burroughs, J 1946.20 

Birds of passage. Longfellow, H. W. . • . 1836.17; 1839.40; v. 3-4 of 1836.32 



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Birds of prey. A novel. Maxwell, Mary E 949-43 

Birthmark, The. [A tale.] Hawthorne, N v. 4 of 968.29 

Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley, English music composer, b. 1786, d. 1855. See 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 7I4-" 

Bishop, Nathaniel H. Four months in a sneak-box. A boat voyage down 
the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. 1875-76. [Maps and illustra- 
tions.] Boston, 1879. 8° 3 2 9'37 

The Pampas and Andes. A thousand miles 1 walk across South America. 
With an introduction by E. A. Samuels. Third edition, illustrated. 

Boston, N. D. 12 337- 1 6 

Voyage of the paper canoe: a journey from Quebec to the Gulf of 

Mexico, 1874-75. [Maps and illustrations.] Boston, 1878. 8° . 329.38 
Bisif arck-Schonhausen, Karl Otto' Eduard Leopold von, German states- 
many b. 181 5. Letters to his wife, his sister, and others. 1844-70. 
Translated from the German by F. Maxse. New York, 1878. 12 756.4 
Busch, M. Bismarck in the Franco-German war, 1870-71. [1879.] • 756.15 
Hesekiel, J. G. L. Life of Bismarck, private and political. 1870. . . 756.36 
International portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] v. 1 of 719.34 
Klaczko, J. Two chancellors : Gortchakof and Bismarck. . 1866. . . 752.7 

Towle, G. M. Certain men of mark. 18S0. 71 1*14 

Tuttle, H. German political leaders. 1876 756.6 

Bits of talk about home matters. Jackson, Helen M 1948.3 

Bits of talk, in prose and verse, for young folks. Jackson, Helen M. . . 1948.4 

Bits of travel. Jackson, Helen M 223.4 

Bits of travel at home. [California, New England, Colorado.] Jackson, 

Helen M 3 2 9*3 

Bitter, C. H. Life of Sebastian Bach. From the German, by Janet E. Kay- 

Shuttleworth. [With portrait and a list of his works.] Lond., [1873.] I2 ° 753*22 

Bitter-sweet. A poem. Holland, J. G 1837.48 

Bivouac, The, of the dead. [A poem.] O'Hara, T v. 7 of 968.29 

Bjarnason, Jon. Viking tales of the North. See Anderson, Rasmus B. v 
Bjornson, Bjornstjerne. Arne. A sketch of Norwegian country life. 

Translated by A. Plesner and S. Rugeley-Powers. Bost., 1872. 16 952.6 
The happy boy. A tale of Norwegian peasant life. Translated by H. 

R. G. [Portrait.] Boston, 187a 16 952.6 

Not*. See Boyesen's essay on Bjornson in Scribner's monthly, vol. 30. 

Black, Adam and Charles, publishers. General atlas of the world. Ameri- 
can edition. Edinburgh, 1879. F° R. L. 

Curwen, H. History of booksellers 7 19.7 

Black, Charles C. Essay on the scientific and literary works of L. da 

Vinci. See Heaton, Mary M. Leonardo da Vinci and his works. *6i9-26 
Michael A ngelo Buonarroti : the story of his life and labours. [With 

photographic plates.] London, 1875. L.8° *6i9.28 

Black, Joseph, Scotch philosopher, b. 1721, d. 1799. Brougham, H., lord. 

Lives of philosophers of the time of George ill. . . . . . v. 1 of 11 27.5 

Edgar, J. G. Footprints of famous men. 1878 147.8 

Black, William, Scotch novelist, b. 1 841. A daughter of Heth. N. Y., 1877. 12 929.7 
The four Macnicols. [A book for boys.] With illustrations. New 

York, 1882. 16 115.1 

Goldsmith. New York, 1879. 12 . [Morley, J., ed. English men of 

letters.] 713.10 



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Black, William, continued. 

Green pastures and Piccadilly. New York, N. D. 8° 929-8 

In silk attire. New York, 1877. 8° 929.9 

Kilmeny. New York, 1877. 8° 929.10 

Lady Silverdale's sweetheart, and other stories. London, 1877. 12 . 929.5 



Content* . Lady Sflyerdale*s sweetheart; The marriage of Moira Fergus; 
The roan who was like Shakspeare; The highlands of the city ; The strange 
hone of Loch Swainabhal; A glance at the island of Lewis, with sketches 



The man who was like Shakspeare; The highlands of the city ; The strange 
horse of Loch r - - -  
by the author. 

Macleod of Dare. Illustrated. New York, 1879. 8° 92911 

Madcap Violet New York, 1877. 8° 929.12 

The maid of Killeena, and other stories. New York, n. d. 8° . . . 929.38 

Content*. The maid of Killeena; Queen Tita's wager; A fight for a wife; 
The true legend of a billiard club; A sequel to that; The man who was 
like Shakspeare; The marriage of Moira Fergus; Lady Silverdale's 
sweetheart. 

The monarch of Mincing-lane. With illustrations. New York, N. D. 8° 929 39 

A princess of Thule. New York, N. D. 8° 9 2 9- I 3 

The strange adventures of a phaeton. New York, 1877. 8° . . . . 929.14 

Sunrise. A story of these times. New York, 188 1. 12 929.17 

That beautiful wretch. A Brighton story. Illustrated. New York, 

1881. 12 929.20 

Three feathers. New York, 1877. 8° 929*15 

White wings. A yachting romance. Illustrated. New York, 1880. 12 929.16 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen-pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.3 

Black dwarf, The. Scott, Sir W v. 6 of 914. 1 

Black-eyed Susan : a nautical drama. Jerrold, D. W. ... v. 30-31 of 1857.3 

Black forest. Green, S. G. Pictures from the German fatherland. . . . 229.21 

Slguin, L» G. The Black forest : its people and legends. 232.17 

Black forest village, stories. Auerbach, B 9794 

Black hills, Dakota. Dodge, R. I. The Black hills. 1876. 334-21 

Newton, H., and Jenney, W. P. Geology and resources of the Black 

hills. [With a topographical and geographical atlas.] 1880. . . 1529.7 

Black ivory : adventure among the slavers. Ballantyne, R. M 125.9 

Black sheep. A novel. Yates, E. H 921. 1 

Black velvet pelisse, The. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia. v. 1 of 94946 

Blackburn, Henry. Artists and Arabs ; or, sketching in sunshine. With 

illustrations. Boston, 1874. 18 321.3 

Breton folk : an artistic tour in Brittany. With illustrations by R. Cal- 

decott. London, 1880. 4 228.53 

Normandy picturesque. With illustrations. Second edition. Boston, 

1878. 18 228.7 

The Oberammergau passion play. Art in the mountains. With illus- 
trations, and information for travellers. London, 1880. 8° . . . 1869.43 
The Pyrenees : summer life at French watering places. Second edition. 

With illustrations by Dorl, and a map. London, 1870. 8° . . . 227.35 

Travelling in Spain. [1864.] Illustrated. London, 1866. 8° . . . 227.21 
Black IE, John Stuart, Scotch author, b. 1809. Four phases of morals. New 

York, 1874. 12 17 16.16 

Content*. Socrates; Aristotle; Christianity; Utilitarianism. 

Language and literature of the Scottish Highlands. Edinb., 1876. 8°. 1113*31 



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Blackie, John Stuart, continued. 

On beauty. With the doctrine of the beautiful according to Plato. 

Edinburgh, 1858. 8° 611.11 

On self-culture, intellectual, physical, and moral. New York, 1874. 16 1762.9 
Prussia in the nineteenth century : an essay. [Burlingame, E. L., ed. 

Current discussion.] v. 1 of 1918.33 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. 4 of 7 19.32 
Note. See Wilson's Poets of Scotland, vol. a f and Men of the time for 1870. 

Blackmore, Sir Richard, English poet and physician, b. 1658, d. 1729. See 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . v. 2 of 714.37; v. 1 of 1 122.17 
Blackmore, Richard Doddridge. Alice Lorraine. Leip., 1875. 2v. ini. 16 929.x 

Clara Vaughan. London, 1880. 12 929.4 

Lorna Doone : a romance of Exmoor. New York, N. D. 8° . . . . 929.34 

The maid of Sker. A novel. New York, N. D. 8° 929-35 

Mary Anerley. A Yorkshire tale. Leipsic, 1880. 3 v. in 2. 16 . . 929.2 
BLACKSTONE, Sir William, English judge and writer on law, b 1723, d. 1780. 
Commentaries on the laws of England. With notes from the 
editions of Coleridge, Field's analysis, and additional notes and 
a life of the author, by G. Sharswood. [With portrait.] Phila- 
delphia, 1879. 2v. L8° 1766.23 

Same. The student's Blackstone. Abridged by R. M. Kerr. Lon- 
don, 1879. I2 ° 17664 

Blackwood, Frederick Temple Hamilton, earl of Dufferin. Letters from 
high latitudes : voyage, in 1856, in the schooner yacht " Foam " to 
Iceland, Jan Mayen, and Spitsbergen. [Illustrated.] N. Y., 1878. 8° 231.24 
National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. 1 of 719*32 

Blackwood, William. See Curwen, H. History of booksellers 7*97 

Blaikie, William. How to get strong and how to stay so. N. Y., [1879 ] 16 635.4 
Blaikie, William Garden. Personal life of David Livingstone. With por- 
trait and map. New York, 1881. 8° 734*25 

Blaine, Delabere P. Encyclopaedia of rural sports. New edition, revised 

and corrected. Illustrated. London, 1870. 8° R. L. 

Blaine, James Gillespie. Eulogy on James Abram Garfield, Feb. 27, 1882. 

[With portrait.] Boston, 1882. 12 1939«*3 

Blair, Hugh, Scotch divine and author, b. 17 18, d. 1800. A critical disserta- 
tion on the poems of Ossian. See Ossian. Poems 1824.13 

Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres. Analysis of each lecture by A. 

Mills. [Portrait.] New York, 1829. 8° "34-33 

Same. Philadelphia, 1873. 8° 1234.40 

Blake, E. Vale, editor. Arctic experiences : containing Capt. Tyson's won- 
derful drift on the ice-floe, a history of the Polaris expedition, the cruise 
of the Tigress, and rescue of the Polaris survivors. [Also] A general 
Arctic chronology. [With illustrations] New York, 1874. 8° . . . 327.27 

Blake, Mary E. {Af. E. B.) Poems. Boston, 1882. 16 1838.24 

Blake, Mary J. S., Af. D. Lecture on dress-reform. [ Woolson, A. G., ed. 

Dress-reform.] 669.12 

Blake, Robert, English admiral, b. 1599, d. 1657. Adams, W. H. D. 

Records of noble lives. 711.17 

Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals. 1873. 716.8 

Edgar, J. G. Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 147.9 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons ▼. 2 of 1122.17 



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Blake, William, English artist and pott, b. 1757, d, 1827. Fairholt, F. W. 

Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 1873. 619.20 

Gilchrist, A. Life of William Blake. With selections from his poems 

and other writings. 1880 618.37 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Swinburne, A. C. William Blake. A critical essay. 1868 618.28 

Thombury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. . . v. 2 of 714.28 

Note. The second volume of the life by Gilchrist contains selections from 
Blake's poems and other writings, and the illustrations, both in Gilchrist 
and Swinburne, are from Blake s own designs. 

See Ward's English poets, vol. 3, and essays by Scudder in Scrtbner's 
monthly, vol. 30, and by Wedmore in LittelTs Living age, vol. 149. 

Blake, William P. Civil engineering and public works. See United States. 

Department of state, Paris exposition reports ',1867. . • .v. 4 of 1555.7 
Glass and glass ware, and ceramics. See United States. Department 

of state, Paris exposition reports, 1878 v. 3 of 1555.12 

Production of the precious metals ; with a chapter upon the unification 

of gold and silver coinage. New York, 1869. 8° 67910 

Report upon the precious metals. See United States. Department of 

state, Paris exposition reports, 1867 v. 2 of 1555.7 

Blameless prince, The, and other poems. Stedman, E. C 1839.9 

Blanc, Auguste Alexandre Philippe Charles, French author and art critic, 
b. 1813, d, 1882. Art in ornament and dress. Translated from the 

French. With illustrations. London, 1877. 8° 628.49 

Grammar of painting and engraving. Translated by Kate N. Doggett 

With illustrations. New York, 1874. Sq.8° 616.22 

Blanc, Jean Joseph Louis, French historian and publicist, b. 1813. The his- 
tory of ten years, 1830-40. [With map.] London, 1844-45. 2 v * 8° 837.25 
Men of the third republic 1873 ' " • 737- 1 9 

Note. See Van Laun's History of French literature, vol. 3, Men of the time 
for 1879, and Vapereau's Dictionnaire des contemporains. 

B lan chard, Albert H. History of Sherborn, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. 

History of Middlesex county.] • v. 2 of 878.26 

Blanchard, Rufus. Discovery and conquests of the North-west, with the 

history of Chicago. [Maps.] Wheaton, 1881. 8° 872.17 

Blanche of Brandywine. [French's Standard drama.] ... v. 26-27 of 1857.3 

Blank verse, History of. See Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in 

southern Europe , v. 2 of 223.20 

Blanqui, Jer6me Adolphe, French economist, b. 1798, d, 1854. History of 
political economy in Europe. Translated by Emily J. Leonard. With 
preface by D. A. Wells. London, 1880. 8° 1 7 55.37 

Blaserna, Pietro. The theory of sound in its relation to music With 

woodcuts. New York, 1876. 12 . [International scientific series.] . 526.22 

Blasius, William. Storms : their nature, classification, and laws. [Plates.] 

Philadelphia, [1875.] I2 ° 4 2 9*'3 

Bleaching. See Dyeing and bleaching. 

Bleak house. Dickens, C. J. H v. 18-19 of 919. 1 

Blessed Saint Certainty. A story. Baker, W. M 978.53 

Blessington, Countess of. See Gardiner, Marguerite. 

Blind. Prescott, W. H. Asylum for the blind. [An essay.] x 938.34 

Note. See Campbell's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 3. 



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Bliss, William R. Paradise in the Pacific ; travel in the Sandwich islands. 

New York, 1873. I2 ° 34 2 *5 

Blithedale romance, The. Hawthorne, N 972.1 

Blochwitz, Johannes. A brief history of Turkey. Translated from the 

German by Mrs. M. Wesselhoeft. With maps. Boston, 1877. 18 . 861.3 

Blockade, The, of Phalsburg. Erckmann, £., and Chatrian, A 956.4 

Blockade runners, The. [A novel.] Verne, J 959-35 

Blodget, Lorin. Climatology of the United States. [With charts.] Phila- 
delphia, 1857. L.8° 429.39 

Blom field, Charles James, bishop of London, b. 1786, d. 1857. See Marti- 

neau, H. Biographical sketches 7 I 8.i3 

Blood, Lorenzo P. History of Pepperell, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. His- 
tory of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Blood. Flint, A.,/r. The physiology of man. 1875 v. 1 of 655.9 

Pettigrew, J. B. The physiology of the circulation in plants, in the 

lower animals, and in man. 1874 655.6 

Note. See papers on the Circulation of the blood in Popular science monthly, 
voL zo. 

St* also Anatomy, Physiology. 

Bloody brother, The. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J v. 1 of 1868.20 

Blot, A, in the 'scutcheon: a tragedy. Browning, R v. 2 of 1825.16 

Blount, Charles, earl of Devonshire, b. 1563, d. 1606. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain . v. 3 of 718.9 

Blow-pipe. Elderhorst, W. Qualitative blow-pipe analysis 424.13 

" Blow up with the brig ! " A sailor's story. Collins, W. W 924.19 

Bloxam, Charles Loudon. Chemistry, inorganic and organic Illustrations. 

From the second English edition. Philadelphia, 1873. 8° . . . 424.29 
Metals: their properties and treatment. [With illustrations.] New 

York, 1876. 12 . , , , , v , , 675.9 

Bloxam, Matthew Holbeche. The principles of Gothic ecclesiastical archi- 
tecture. Tenth edition. Illustrated. London, 1859. 12 626.16 

Blue Beard. [A fairy-tale drama.] Frost, Sarah A 1861.11 

Blue devils : a comedietta. Colman, G., the younger, v. 9 of 1857.3 

Blue dragoon, The. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9 of 91 1.2 

Blue-laws of Connecticut. See Trumbull, J. H , ed. 

Blue ribbon, The. A novel. Tabor, Eliza. 939*45 

Blue-stocking, A. [A novel.] Edwardes, Annie 94S.10 

Blue-stockings. &? Doran, J. A lady of the last century. 731*27 

Bluebeard's ghost. Thackeray, W. M v. 5 of 96S.29 

Blues, The : a literary eclogue. Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 2 of 181 5.6 

Blume, Wilhelm. Operations of the German armies in France. [1870-71.] 

Translated by E. M. Jones. With map. Second edition. Lond., 1872. 8° 839.16 

Blunderer, The: a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 1 of 1863.27 

Blunt, Lady Anne. Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. Edited, with a 

preface and some account of the Arabs and their horses, by W. S. 

Blunt. Map and sketches by the author. New York, 1879. 8 ° • 2 39 12 

A pilgrimage to Nejd. Visit to the court of the Arab emir, and " Our 

Persian campaign." Map, portraits, and illustrations. London, 

1881. 2 v. 8° 239.4 

Blunt, John Henry. Dictionary of sects, heresies, ecclesiastical parties, 

and schools of religious thought. London, 1874. 4 R. L 



IIO CATALOGUE OF THE 



Boadicea, queen of Britain, d. 62 ? See Hall, Mrs. M. Queens before the 

conquest v. 1 of 717.14 

Boadicea : a tragedy. Glover, R v. 2 of 1859.9 

Boarding-school days. Gordon, C 115.2 

Boat club, The. [A story for boys.] Adams, W. T 122.1 

Boat club series. See Adams, William T. 

Boat life in Egypt and Nubia. Prime, W. C 322.25 

Boats and boat-sailing. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [188 1] • 632.15 
Frazar, D. Practical boat-sailing. With nautical terms. [1879.] • - 634.3 
Walker, D. Manly exercises. 1878 635.11 

See alto Amusements, Canoes, Rowing, Yachts and yachting. 

Bob Burke's duel with ensign Brady. [A tale.] Maginn, W. . . v. 3-4 of 911.1 
Boccaccio di Certaldo, Giovanni, Italian novelist, b. 1313,4/. 1375. Isabella; or 

the pot of Basil. Trans, by J. Keats. See Keats, J. Poetical works, v. 2 of 1816.1 
Sigismonda and Guiscardo ; Theodore and Honoria ; Cymon and Iphi- 

genia. Translated by J. Dryden. «SV<r Dryden, J. Poetical works, v. 2 of 1816.3 

Note. See Simonde de Sismondi's Literature of the south of Europe, vol. 1. 
Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe^ Schlegel's iEsthetic works, and 
the article by Hueffer in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 3. 

Bodley, Sir Thomas, English diplomatist, b. 1544, d. 161 2. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . . . . . v. 3 of 718.9 

Bodley books, The. See Scudder, Horace E. 

Boeckh, August. The public economy of the Athenians. Translated from 

the second German edition by A. Lamb. [Portrait] Boston, 1857. 8° 817.34 
Bo EH ME, Jakob, German mystic, b. 1575, d. 1624. Hedge, F. H. Prose 

writers of Germany. 1856 1926.37 

Vaughan, R. A. Hours with the mystics v. 2 of 1666.14 

Boelte, Amely. Madame de Stael: an historical romance. Translated 

from the German by T. Johnson. New York, 1869. 16 953 1 5 

Boerhaave, Hermann, Dutch physician and philosopher, b. 1668, </. 1738. 

See Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons v. 2 of 11 22. 17 

Boerland. See Transvaal. 

Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus. De consolatione philosophise. See 

Turner, S. History of the Anglo-Saxons v. 2 of 823.25 

Bogardus, Adam H. Field, cover, and trap shooting. Edited by C. J. 

Foster. [Illustrated.] New York, 1879. I2 ° 638.12 

Bohemian, The: a tale. O'Brien, F. J 1131.19 

Bohemian papers. Harte, F. B v. 2 of 1 132.15 

Bohn, Henry G., London publisher, b. 1 80a Engravers of the present day. 

See Jackson, J., and Chatto, W. A. Treatise on wood engraving. . 617.10 

Handbook of proverbs, comprising Ray's collection, with additions. 

London, 1879. I2 ° R. L. 

Pictorial hand-book of modern geography. Illustrated. Ninth edition. 

London, 1865. I2 ° 2I1 ' 2 

Standard library atlas of classical geography. London, 186 1. L.8° . R. L. 
Standard library atlas of classical geography. London, 1881. 4 . . R. L. 
Boiardo, Matteo Maria, Italian poet t b. 1430, d. 1494. See Hunt, J. H. L. 

Stories from the Italian poets v. 2 of 951.12 

See Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe. 

Boieldieu, Francois Adrien, French music composer, b. 1775,4/. 1834, See 

Ferris, G. T. The great Italian and French composers 7144 



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Boileau-DesprE AUX, Nicolas, French poet and satirist, b. 1 636, </. 1 7 1 1 . A rt 
of poetry. Soame's translation, revised by Dryden. See Dryden, 

J. Poetical works v. 1 of 18163 

Besant, W. The French humorists 1926.10 

Nat*. See Van Latin's History of French literature, vol. 1 , Longfellow's Pjets 
of Europe, and an essay by Mackay in the Nineteenth century, vol. to. 

Boilers. Armstrong, R. On the construction of steam-boilers, and on 

smoke prevention and explosions 676.33 

Burgh, N. P. A practical treatise on boilers and boiler-making. 1873. 659.4 
King, J. W. War ships and navies of the world. [Marine boilers.] . R. L. 

Boker, George H. Poems of the war. Boston, 1864. 12 1 837.37 

Set Griswold's Poets and poetry of America, and Duyckinck's American lit- 
erature, toI. a. 

Bol, Ferdinand, Dutch painter and engraver \ b. 161 1, d, 1 681. See Gower, 

Lord R. C. S. L. The figure painters of Holland 712.27 

Bold dragoons, The : a comic drama. Barnett, M v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

Bold stroke, A, for a wife. Centlivre, Susannah v. 4 of 1859.9 

Boleyn, Anne. See Anne Boleyn. 

Bolingbroke, Viscount. See St. John, Henry. 

Bolivar y Porte, Simon, liberator of South America, b. 1783, d. 1830. See 

Parton, J. People's book of biography 7* 9- 17 

Bolivia. Gallenga, A. South America. 1880. 537*37 

Mathews, E. D. Up the Amazon and Madeira rivers, through Bolivia 

and Peru. [1874-75.] 337-28 

Not*. See Keith Johnston's historical and descriptive sketch in the Encyclo- 
/ pssdia Britannica, vol. 4. 

Bollaert, William. The wars of succession of Portugal and Spain, 1826- 

40 : with resume of the political history to the present time. Maps and 

illustrations. London, 1870. 2 v. 8° 854.25 

Bolles, Albert S. Financial history of the United States, 1 774-1 789. New 

York, 1879. 8° 1756.32 

The industrial history of the United States. With a description of 

Canadian industries. Illustrated. Norwich, 1879. 8° . . . . 673.28 

Bolts and bars. [A parlor drama.] Frost, Sarah A 1S61.11 

Bon ton : a farce. Garrick, D v. 5 of 1859.9 

Bonaparte, Caroline. See Murat. 

Bonaparte, Elizabeth Patterson, yfr.r/ wife of Jerome Bonaparte, b. 1785, d. 

1879. Didier, £. L. Life and letters of madame Bonaparte 773*6 

Bonaparte, Joseph. See Joseph Bonaparte. 
Bonaparte, Louis Napoleon. See Napoleon in. 
Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon 1. 

Bonaparte, Pierre, prince. See Morse, J. T.,/r. Famous trials 1769.9 

Bonaparte family, The. Chambers's papers for the people. . . v. 1 of 1232.15 

Lester, C. £. The Napoleon dynasty, i860. 838.3 

Bonbons: a musical and dramatic entertainment. Baker, G. M 1861.18 

Bond, John Wesley. Minnesota and its resources. [With map.] Chicago, 

1856. 12° 334.29 

Bondman, The : a tragedy. Massinger, P v. 1 of 1859.9 

Bonduca : a tragedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. v. 1 of 1859.9; v. 2 of 1868.20 
Bon H EUR, Rosa, or Rosalie, French painter of animals, b. 1822. Hamerton, 

P. G. Contemporary French painters. 1869. 617.27 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 7M 10 



112 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Boniface, St., apostle of Germany \ b. 680, d. 755. See Maclear, G. F. Apos- 
tles of mediaeval Europe 759- 20 

Bonner, John. A child's history of Greece. New York, 1878. 2 v. 16 . 127.3 
A child's history of Rome. New York, 1874-76. 2 v. 16 .... 127.4 
A child's history of the United States. New York, 1866-76. 3 v. 16 128.3 
Bonner, Robert, American journalist, b. 1824. Hudson, F. Journalism in 

the United States. 1873 1 949-1 3 

McCabc, J. D. Great fortunes and how they were made. 187 1. . . 762.21 
Bonneville, Benjamin L. E. Adventures in the Rocky mountains and the 

far West. See Irving, W. 
Bonnycastle, Sir Richard Henry. The Canadas in 184 1. [Map and illus- 
trations.] London, 184 1. 2 v. 12 328*37 

Newfoundland in 1842. [Portrait and map.] Lond., 1842. 2 v. in 1. 12° 328.28 

Book about doctors. Jeaffreson, J. C 1919,28 

Book about dominies. Moncrieff, R. H 1763.10 

Book about lawyers. Jeaffreson, J. C 1919.18 

Book about the clergy. Jeaffreson, J. C I 9 I 9-33 

Book of American explorers. Higginson, T. W 128.9 

Book of common prayer. See Protestant Episcopal church. 

Book of days. A miscellany of popular antiquities. Chambers, R. . . . R. L. 

Book of golden deeds. Yonge, Charlotte M 127.1 

Book of memories of great men and women. Hall, S. C 7*9-24 

Book of snobs. Thackeray, W. M v. 14 of 91 5.1 

Book of the church. Southey, R 1637.6 

Book-binding. Carey, A. The history of a book. [1874.] 674.36 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. - *6*7-i8 
Nicholson, J. B. Manual of the art of bookbinding. 1856. .... 674.16 

Wood, H. T. Bookbinding. 1877.. v. 8 of 673.5 

Zaehnsdorf, J. W. The art of bookbinding. 1880 674.26 

Book-hunter, The. Burton, J. H 1024JS 

Book-keeping. Marsh, C. C. Science of double-entry book-keeping. 1879. 674.41 
Packard, S. S., and Bryant, H. B. The new Bryant and Stratton count- 
ing-house book-keeping. [1878.] 674.56 

Books and reading. Abbott, L., ed. Hints for home reading: on books 

and their use. 1880 1762.21 

Atkinson, W. P. The right use of books. 1879. 1762.3 

Carey, A. The history of a book. [1874.] 674.36 

Fair holt, F. W. Rambles of an archaeologist among old books. 1871. 622.35 

Hale, E. E. How to do it. 1879 17x8.1 1 

Hunt, J. H. L. Men, women, and books '9M-5 

Mathews, W. Hours with men and books. 1877. . . • x 937-35 

Maurice, F. D. Friendship of books. 1880. 1918.25 

Locke, J. Thoughts concerning reading and study for a gentleman, v. 2 of 1715-5 

Perkins, F. B. The best reading. 1877 R. L. 

Porter, N. Books and reading. 187 1 1762.27 

Same. With a select catalogue [by J. M. Hubbard]. 188 1. . 1762.31 

Quincy, J. P. The abuse of reading. [An essay.] 1747*5 

Richardson, C. F. The choice of books. 188 1 1762.10 

Ruskin, J. Sesame and lilies. 1880. 1762.24 

Taylor, I. Transmission of ancient books to modern times. 1875.. . 11 18.2 



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Books and reading, continued. 

Woolson, A. G. Browsing among books. [An essay.] 1948.11 



Not*. Essays on books and reading are found in Clarke's Self-culture, Emer- 
son's Works, vol. a, Hailitt's Plain speaker, Helps's Friends in council, 
King's Substance and show, Munger's On the threshold, and Thoreau's 



Walden. 

See also Bibliography, Catalogues, Education, libraries, Literature. 

Booksellers. Curwen, H. History of booksellers. [1873.] 7 f 9*7 

Boone, Daniel, pioneer settler of Kentucky, b. 1735, <*• l & 22 » Abbott, J. S. C. 

Daniel Boone. 1S72 772*4 

Peck, J. M. Life of Daniel Boone v. 13 of 763.5 

Tuckennan, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 I 939-37 

Booth, Almeda Ann. See Garfield, J. A. Speeches and addresses. . . . 1762.19 
Booth, Barton, English actor, b. 1681, d. 1733. See Doran, J. Annals of 

the English stage v. 1 of 1869.32 

Booth, E. C, M.D. History of Somerville, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. 

History of Middlesex county*] v. 2 of 878.26 

Booth, Edwin, American actor, b, 1833. Clarke, A. B. The elder and the 

younger Booth. 1882 . . . 771.37 

McCabe, J. D. Great fortunes, and how they were made. 187 1. • • 762.21 
Note. See an essay on Booth by W. Winter, in Harper's monthly, vol. 63. 

Booth, Junius Brutus, English tragedian, b. 1796, d. 1852. Ugolino: a 

tragedy. [French's Standard drama.] v. 15 of 1857.3 

Clarke, A. B. The elder and the younger Booth. 1882 771-37 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878 718.23 

Booth, Mary L. History of the city of New York. [1609-1880.] Illus- 
trated. New York, 1880. L. 8° 874.30 

Borderland, The, of science. Proctor, R. A 417.4 

BoRDONi, Faustina. See Hasse. 

Borel, Thomas. Count Ag4 nor de Gasparin. Translated from the French 

by O. O. Howard. New York, 1881. 8° 748.22 

Bores, The : a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 1 of 1863.27 

Bores, Thoughts on. Edgeworth, Maria. v. 9 of 941.7 

Borneo. Adams, W. H. D. Eastern archipelago. 1882. 344.1 1 

Bickmore, A. S. East Indian archipelago. 1869. 343*21 

Jacob, G. L. The raja of Sarawak. 1876b 723.25 

Knox, T. W. The boy travellers in the far East v. 3 of 12740 

Wallace, A. R. The Malay archipelago. [1854-62.] 343- 16 

Borromeo, San Carlo, archbishop of Milan, b. 1538, d. 1584. See Brigham, 

C. H. St. Charles Borromeo. [An essay.] 778.13 

Borrow, George. Lavengro ; the scholar, the gipsy, the priest New York, 

1857. 8° 929.36 

The Romany Rye. A sequel to Lavengro. New York, 1867. 8° . . 929.37 

Wild Wales: its people, language, and scenery. London, 1872. 12 . 226.4 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7 II *>9 

Note. See essays on Borrow in Littell's Living age, vol. 150-51. 

Bosnia. Evans, A. J. Through Bosnia and the Herzeg6vina. 1875. • • 2 37* 2 ° 
Mackenzie, G. M. M., and Irby, A. P. Travels in the Slavonic prov- 
inces of Turkey-in-Europe. [1875-77.] v. 1 of 23641 

Bossuet, Jacques Blnigne, bishop of Meaux, French divine and pulpit orator, 

b. 1627, d. 1704. Alison, Sir A. Miscellaneous essays. .... 1919.45 



114 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Bossuet, Jacques Betaigne, continued. 

Bungener, L. L. F. Bourdaloue and Louis xtv 958.22 

Lear, H. L. Bossuet and his contemporaries. 1875 737. 24 

Sainte-Beuve, C. A. Monday-chats. 1877 1926.22 

Note. m See a critical estimate of Bossuet and his writings in Van Laun's 
History of French literature, vol. a. See also Martin's Age of Louis xiv, 
and the biographies of F£nelon, madame Guyon, and other contemporaries. 

Boston, Thomas, Scotch theologian^ b, 1676, d. 1732. See McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy 1713*25 

Boston, Mass. Literary institutions. 

Public library. Catalogue of books in the classes of history, biography, 

and travel. Boston, 1873. 8° R.L. 

Catalogue of works in the arts and sciences. Books added between 

1871 and 1881. Boston, 1881. 8° R.L. 

Class list for English prose fiction, including translations and juve- 
nile books. Boston, 1877. 8° R. L. 

Everett, E. Dedication of the public library. [A speech.] v. 3 of 1 137.28 
Winthrop, R. C. Dedication of the public library. [An address.] 1137.25 

History and description, 

Abbott, J. Marco Paul in Boston. [A book for boys.] 141.5 

Appleton, T. G. Old Boston. [A sketch.] 1937. 16 

Clapp, W. W.,/r. Record of the Boston stage. 1853 1869.9 

Conwell, R. H. History of the great fire in Boston, Nov. 9 and 10, 1872. 1759.4 

Drake, S. A. Around the Hub. A boy's book about Boston. 1881. . 128.20 

Old landmarks and historic personages of Boston. 1873. • * • 877.12 

Drake, S. G. History and antiquities of Boston. 1630-1770. . . . 877.36 

Frothingham, R. History of the siege of Boston. [1774-76.] . • • 866.21 

King, M. Hand-book of Boston.- 1879 33 2 «39 

Quincy, J. Municipal history of the town and city of Boston. 1 630-1830. 877.23 

Scudder, H. E. Boston town. [A book for young people.] 188 1. . 128.21 
Shurtleff, N. B. Topographical and historical description of Boston. 

[1630-1870.] 877.29 

Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston. 1 630-1 88a 878.20 

Winthrop, R. C. The environs of Boston. [An address.] .... 1137.26 

Note. ^ A full analysis of the Memorial history of Boston will be found under 
Winsor. See the histories of Massachusetts and New England, and G. 
E. Ellis's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 4. 

Literary and social Boston is represented in Winsor*s History, and 
by Lathrop in Harper's monthly, vol. 6a. 

Boston book, The : specimens of metropolitan literature. Boston, 1850. 12 1232.17 

Boston dip, The : a comedietta. Baker, G. M 1861.16 

Boston harbor. Adams, C. F.,/r. The earliest explorations and settlement 

of Boston harbor v. 1 of 878.20 

Sweetser, M. F. King's handbook of Boston harbor. [1882.] ... R. L. 

Winsor, J. Earliest maps of Massachusetts bay and Boston harbor, v. 1 of 878.20 
Boston Monday lectures. Christ and modern thought. Boston, 1881. 12 1647.2 

Contents. Methods of meeting modern unbelief, by J. Cook: The seen and 
the unseen, by T. M. Clark; Moral law in its relations to physical science 
and to popular religion, by E. G. Robinson; Christianity and the mental 
activity 01 the age, by T. Guard ; The place of conscience, by M . Hopkins; 
Development, by J. McCosh; Calm view of the temperance question, by 
H. Crosby; Old and new theologies, by G. R. Crooks; Divorce in 
New England, by S. W. Dike; Significance of the historic element in 
Scripture, by J. B. Thomas; Theistic basis of evolution, by J. C. Smith. 



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Boston Monday lectures, continued. 

Cook, J. Biology. With preludes on current events. Colored plates. 

Boston, 1877. 12 1647.12 

Conscience. With preludes. Boston, 1880. 12 1647.13 

Heredity. With preludes. Boston, 1880. 12 " . . 1647.14 

Labor. With preludes. Boston, 1880. 12° 1647.15 

Marriage. With preludes. Boston, 1879. 12 1647.16 

Orthodoxy. With preludes. Boston, 1878. 12 1647.17 

Socialism. With preludes. Boston, 1880. 12 1647.18 

Transcendentalism. With preludes. Boston, 188 1. 12 . . . . 1647.19 
Boswkll, James. Journal of a tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson. 
f 1 773*1 New edition, illustrated. With introduction and notes by 

R. Carruthers. London, N. D. 1 2° 224.7 

Life of Samuel Johnson. [With a chronological list of his works.] 

London, N. D. 4 V. 12 726.9 

Note. See l er/ iewt of BosweU's Johnson by Carlyte and Macaulay. 

Botany. Bailey, W. W. The botanical collector's handbook. 1881. . . 516.6 

Baily, W. L. Trees, plants, and flowers. 1870. ........ 437.12 

Chapman, A. W. Flora of the southern United States, i860. . . . 437*52 

Cooke, M. C. Manual of botanic terms. [1873.] R. L. 

A manual of structural botany 437*6 

Darlington, W. American weeds and useful plants. 1879 665.12 

Darwin, C. R. Insectivorous plants. 1875 437-37 

Movements and habits of climbing plants. 1876. 437*35 

Darwin, C. R. and F. The power of movement in plants. 1881. . . .437.36 

Duncan, P. M. The sea-shore. [Marine botany.] 1879. 5*4*4 

Emerson, G. B. Trees and shrubs of Massachusetts. 1878 437-56 

Figuier, G. L. The vegetable world. With a glossary of botanical terms. 437.22 

Flint, C. L. Grasses and forage plants. 1864 665.27 

Gray, A. The botanical text-book. Part 1. Structural botany, or, 
organography on the basis of morphology. To which is added 
the principles of taxonomy and phytography, and a glossary 

of botanical terms. 1880. 437*47 

Botany for young people. How plants grow; How plants behave. 

I87S-79* I3 8 * 2 9 

The flora of Boston and its vicinity. v. 1 of 878.20 

Manual of the botany of the northern United States. With plates 

illustrating the sedges, grasses, ferns, etc [1867.] .... 43749 

School and field book of botany. With a glossary. 1879. • •  437*48 

Hemsley, W. B. Hardy trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants. 1873. . 437.51 

Henderson, P. Handbook of plants. 188 1 R. L. 

Henfrey, A. On the study of botany. [A lecture.] 1762.25 

Hibberd, S. Brambles and bay leaves : essays. 1872 435*2 1 

New and rare beautiful-leaved plants. 1870 *629.i5 

Hooker, J. D. Botany [for young people]. 1879. 542.10 

Hooker, Sir W. J. Botanical miscellany : figures and descriptions of 

[rare] plants. 1830-33 629.5 

Hulme, F. E. Familiar wild flowers. [1878-80.] 437*26 

Hulme, F. E., and Hibberd, S. Familiar garden flowers. [1880.] . . 437.27 

Kirby, M. and E. Plants of the land and water. [1857.] 437*3 



Il6 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Botany, continued, 

Le Maout, E., and Decaisne, J. A general system of botany, descrip- 
tive and analytical. 1876 439-5 

Loudon, J. C. Encyclopaedia of plants. 1872 R. L. 

Lowe, E. J., and Howard, W. Beautiful leaved plants. 1872. . . . *629.i8 
Lubbock, Sir J. On British wild flowers, considered in relation to 

insects. 1875 437-i8 

Macmillan, H. First forms of vegetation. 1874. 437- ! 5 

Holidays on high lands ; or, rambles in search of Alpine plants. 1873. 437* 1 6 
Manton, W. P. Field botany : a handbook for the collector, containing 

instructions for gathering and preserving plants. 1882 5*3*5 

Marion, F. The wonders of vegetation. 1874. 5 2 5*9 

Michaux, F. A. North American sylva. [With 156 colored plates.] 1865**439.27 
Nuttall, T. North American sylva, or, a description of the forest trees 

not described in the work of Michaux. Colored plates. 1865. . +439.28 
Pettigrew, J. B. Physiology of the circulation in plants. 1874. . . . 655.6 

Plinius Secundus, C. Natural history v. 3-5 of 1849.9 

Ruskin, J. Proserpina. Studies of wayside flowers. 1875-77. . . . 43742 
Wallace, A. R. Island life : phenomena and causes of insular faunas 

and floras. 1881 43&45 

Whewell, W. History of the inductive sciences. 1875. . . .v. 2 of 417.10 

Wood, A. The American botanist and florist. [1870.] 437-3 ! 

Wooster, D. Alpine plants : figures and descriptions of some of the 

most beautiful of the Alpine flowers. 1874. +629. 13 

Youmans, E. A. First book of botany. 1876. 1 38.11 

Second book of botany. 1875 138.12 

Not*. See Prof. Balfour's important summary of the subject in tbe Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica, vol. 4, and papers by distinguished botanists in the 
American naturalist. 

Ste also Agriculture, Evergreens. Ferns, Floriculture, Fungi, Gar- 
dening, Grasses, Materia medica and pharmacy. Microscope, Mosses, 
Natural history, Orchids, Seaweeds, Trees and shrubs. 

Both well: a poem. Aytoun, W. E. 1826.20 

Bothwell : a tragedy. Swinburne, A. C 1826.33 

Botta, Vincenzo. Dante as philosopher, patriot, and poet With an analy- 
sis of the Divina commedia. New York, 1865. 8° 757-21 

Historical sketch of modern philosophy in Italy. See Ueberweg, F. 

History of philosophy v. 2 of 1713.28 

Botticelli, Sandro, or Alessandro. See Filipepi. 

Bottom, The, of the sea. Sonrel, L. 524.18 

Boucicault, Dion, Irish dramatist, b. 1822. Foul play. A novel. See 
Reade, Charles. 
Grimaldi ; The phantom. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 20-21 of 1857.3 

Jessie Brown. [French's Standard drama.] v. 26-27 °f *857*3 

The knight of Arva; Pauvrette; The pope of Rome. [French's 

Standard drama.] v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

London assurance : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 4 of 1857.3 

The long strike. [French's Standard drama.] v. 44-45 ot " '^57*3 

Old heads and young hearts : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] v. 8 of 1857.3 
West end ; The willow copse. [French's Standard drama.] v. 30-31 of 1857.3 

Puraell, T. The dramatists of the present day. 187 1 1869.16 

Bouflers, or Bouffiers, Marquise de, formerly madame de Sabran, b. 1750, 

d. 1827. See James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. X 9 2 5*3 I 



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Boulton, Matthew, English mechanician, b. 1728, d. 1809. Sec Smiles, S. 

Lives of the engineers. v. 4 of 716.13 

Bound in honor. [A book for boys.] Trowbridge, J. T 124.32 

Bounty, H. M. ship. Belcher, D., lady. The mutineers of the Bounty 

and their descendants. [1789-1870.] 342.12 

Bouquet, Henry. See Smith, W. Historical account of Bouquet's expedi- 
tion, against the Ohio Indians. 872.29 

Not*. See Parkman's Conspiracy of Pontiac, toI. *. 

Bourbon, Charles, due de, called Constable Bourbon, French commander, b. 

1490,^.1527. See Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. . . 7x1.29 
Bourbon family, The. See Chambers's papers for the people. . . v. 2 of 1232.15 

Bourbon lilies. A story of artist life. Champney, Lizzie W 964.17 

Bourchier, Sir Robert, English lord chancellor, d. 1349. See Campbell, 

J \ lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. I of 715.10 

Bourdaloue, Louis, French pulpit orator and Jesuit, b. 1632, d. 1704. Ser- 
mons and moral discourses on the duties of Christianity. Trans- 
lated by A. Carroll. Fifth edition. Dublin, N. d. 12 . . . . 1649.19 

Bungener, L. L. F. Bourdaloue and Louis xiv. 958.22 

Bourgeois, Auguste Anicet, and F£val, Paul H. C. The duke's daughter. 

[French's Standard drama.] v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

Bourne, H. R. Fox. Famous London merchants. A book for boys. With 

illustrations. New York, 1869. 12 716.4 

Contents. Sir Richard Whittington; Sir Thomas Gresham; Sir Edward 
Osborne; Sir William Herrick; Sir Thomas Smythe; Sir HenryGarway; 
Sir Dudley North; Thomas Guy; William Beckford; Henry Thornton; 
Nathan Meyer Rothschild; Samuel Gurney ; George Peabody. 

John Stuart Mill. See Spencer, H., and others 729.9 

Life of John Locke. New York, 1876. 2 v. 8° 726.28 

Memoir of Sir Philip Sidney. London, 1862. 8° 726.33 

Bourne, John. Catechism of 'the steam engine. New and revised edition. 

New York, 1879. I2 ° 677.29 

Treatise on the steam-engine. With instructions for the manufacture 
and management of every species of engine. Tenth edition. Plates 

and woodcuts. London, 1872. 4 679.30 

Bourne, Vincent, English scholar and author, b. 1698, d. 1747. Latin poems. 

Translated by W. Cowper. See Cowper, W. Poetical works. . v. 2 of 1816.2 
Boutell, Rev. Charles. Arms and armour in England. See Lacombe, P. 

Arms and armour. 525.3 

Gold working. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] v. 1 1 of 673.5 
Heraldry. See Aveling, S. T. 
Bouterwek, Friedrich. History of Spanish literature. Translated from 

the German by T. Ross. [Portrait of Cervantes.] London, 1847. 12 1115*4 
Bouvier, John. Institutes of American law. New edition, by D. A. Glea- 

son. Boston, 1880. 2 v. L.8° 1766.25 

Law dictionary. Fourteenth edition, revised and enlarged. Boston, 

188a 2v. 8° R.L. 

ConttnU. Vol. I. A-K. II. L-Z. 

Bowdoin college, Brunswick, Me. See Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., 

eds. The college book. *i7o443 

Bowen, Francis. American political economy ; including strictures on the 
management of the currency and the finances since 1861. New York, 

i873- 8° »755- I 5 



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Bowen, Francis, continued. 

Life of baron Steuben. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] . v. 9 of 762.5 
Life of Benjamin Lincoln. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] v. 13 of 763.5 
Life of James Otis. [Sparks, J., ed, American biography.] • . v. 2 of 763.5 
Life of Sir William Phips. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] v. 7 of 762.5 
Modern philosophy from Descartes to Schopenhauer and Hartmann. 

Third edition. New York, [1877.] 8° 1713-23 

Bowen, Herbert C. English grammar exercises. See Morris, Rev. R. 
Bowen, James H. Buildings, building materials, etc. See United States. 

Department of state. Paris exposition reports, 1867 v. 4 of 15557 

Bowes, James L. Keramic art of Japan. See Audsley, George A. 

Bowles, Emily. In the Camargue. Boston, n.d. 12 •. 934.28 

Bowles, Samuel. Across the continent Springfield, 1865. 12 . . . . 329.14 
Bowman, Anne. The bear-hunters of the Rocky mountains. With illustra- 
tions. London, n.d. 12 126.17 

The boy foresters : a tale of the days of Robin Hood. [Illustrated.] 

London, N. D. 16 126.7 

The kangaroo hunters. [Illustrated.] London, N. D. 16 12&8 

Tom and the crocodiles. With illustrations. London, N.D. 16 . . 126.5 

The young exiles. With illustrations. London, n.d. i6° 126.6 

The young Nile-voyagers. Illustrated. London, n.d. i6° .... 12613 
The young yachtsmen ; or, the wreck of the Gipsy. [Illustrated.] Lon- 
don, N. D. 16° 1264 

Bowman, John E. Handbook of medical chemistry. Edited by C. L. 

Bloxam. Fourth American edition. With illustrations. Phila., 1866. 8° 424.19 
Bowman, Joseph. Journal, of the taking of post St Vincents. See Clark, 

G. R. Campaign in the Illinois. 872.31 

Bowman, S. M., and Irwin, R. B. Sherman and his campaigns. [With 

portraits and maps.] New York, 1865. 8° 775*38 

Bowne, Borden P. Metaphysics. New York, 1882. 8° 1712.21 

Bo wring, Sir John, translator. Specimens of the Russian poets: with 

biographical notices. Boston, 1822. 12 . 1813.26 

Box, Thomas. Practical hydraulics. Fifth edition. [With plates.] Lon- 
don, 1879. 12 677.27 

Box tunnel, The. [A tale.] Reade, C v. 5 of 968.29 

Boxborough, Mass. Thompson, N. History of Boxborough. [1783-1879.] 

v. 1 of 878.26 

Boxes, The. [Tales from Blackwood] v. 7-8 of 911. 1 

Boxford, Mass. Perley, S. History of Boxford. [1 639-1878.] .... 878.33 

Boy at Mugby. [A Christmas story.] Dickens, C. J. H v. 26 of 9C9 1 

Boy engineers, The. Lukin, J 137-27 

Boy farmers of Elm island. Kellogg, E 124.4 

Boy foresters, The : a tale of the days of Robin Hood. Bowman, Anne. . 126.7 
Boy from Bramley. [A story for children.] Townsend, Virginia F. . . . 142.16 

Boy hunters : adventures in search of a white buffalo. Reid, M 126.20 

Boy joiner and model maker. Davidson, E. A 13743 

Boy martyrs, The : historical drama. Tayleure, C. W. . . .v. 32-33 of 1857.3 

Boy of Mount Rhigi. Sedgwick, Catharine M. . 141-13 

Boy slaves, The. Reid, M 12627 

Boy traders ; or, the sportsman's club among the Boers. Fosdick, C. A. • 123.17 



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Boy travellers in the far East. See Knox, Thomas W. 

Boy's adventures in the wilds of Australia. Howitt, W 11410 

Boy's Froissart, The. See Froissart, Jean. 

Boy's king Arthur, The. See Malory, Sir Thomas. 

Boy's Mabinogion, The. See Mabinogion. 

Boy's own treasury of sports and pastimes. Wood, J. G., and others, . . 632.4 

Boy's playbook of science. Pepper, J. H 137-19 

Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison, Scotch divine, b. 1825. The autumn 

holidays of a country parson. Boston, 1865. 12 1919.12 

Leisure hours in town. New York, 1876. 12 \^\().i^ 

The recreations of a country parson. Boston, 1 861. 2 v. 12 . . . 1919.14 

Boyd, R. Nelson. Chili : sketches of Chili and the Chilians during the war, 

1879-80. [With illustrations and map.] London, 1881. 8° . . . . 338.14 

Boyd, William, earl of Kilmarnock, b. 1705, d. 1746. See Jesse, J. H. 

Memoirs of the pretenders and their adherents. 826.6 

Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth. Falconberg. [Illustrated.] N. Y., 1879. I2 ° 95 2 - s 
Goethe and Schiller : their lives and works. New York, 1879. I2 ° • 755* 12 
Gunnar. A tale of Norse life. New York, 1880. 16 952.4 

Boyhood, The, of great men. Edgar, J. G 147.7 

Boyle, Charles John. Far away ; scenery and society in Mauritius. Lon- 
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Boyle, Richard, 3d earl of Burlington, b. 1695, d. 1753. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 7 of 718.9 

Boyle, Robert, Irish philosopher, b. 1626, d. 1691. See Lodge, E. Portraits 

of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 6 of 718.9 

Boynton, Charles B. History of the navy during the rebellion. With 

engravings [and portraits]. New York, 1868. 2 v. 8° 869.17 

Boynton, Edward C. History of West Point : and the origin and progress 
of the United States military academy. [Maps and illustrations.] New 
York, 1863. 8° 874.22 

Boynton, Henry Van Ness. Sherman's historical raid. The memoirs in 

the light of the record. Cincinnati, 1875. 8 ° 868.33 

Boys. Alcott, L. M. My boys v. 1 of 135.3 

Fields, J. T. If I were a boy again 1946.14 

Warner, C. D. Being a boy. 1879. 1946.29 

Boys at Chequasset Whitney, Adeline D. T 133*40 

Boys of Grand Pre* school. De Mille, J 122.21 

Boys of other countries. Taylor, B 1x3.1 1 

Boys of '76. A history of the battles of the revolution. Coffin, C. C. . . 128.26 

Boys of '61 ; or, four years of fighting. Coffin, C. C 128.29 

Noti. This work was published in 1866 under the title " Four years of 
fighting." 

Bozman, John L. History of Maryland, 1633-60. Bait., 1837. 2v.ini. 8°. . 873.21 
Brace, Charles Loring. Dangerous classes of New York, and twenty years' 

work among them. Third edition. [Illustrated.] N. Y., 1880. 8° 1727.15 

Home life in Germany. New York, 1853. 12 232.21 

Brace of boys. [A story.] Ludlow, F. H 977*29 

Bracebridge hall. A medley. Irving, W 972.16 

Brachet, Auguste. Etymological dictionary of the French language. 

Translated by G. W. Kitchin. Second edition. Oxford, 1878. 12 . R. L. 



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Brackett, Anna C. Mental and moral education of American girls ; Re- 
view of M Sex in education." [Brackett, A. C, ed. Education of Ameri- 
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Brackett, Anna C, editor. The education of American girls : a series of 

essays. New York, 1874. 12° 1763.19 

Content*. Education of American girls, fay A. C Brackett; A mother's 
thought, by E. D. Cheney; The other side, by C. H. Dall; Effects of 
mental growth, by L. H. Stone ; Girls and women in England and America, 
by M. E. Beedy; Mental action and physical health, by M. P. Jacobt; 
Michigan university, by S. D. Hamlin; Mount Holyokc seminary, by M. 
O. Nutting; Oberfin college, by A. A. F. Johnston; Vassar college, by 
A. C. Avery; Antioch college; Letter from a German woman, by Mrs. 
O. N. Rood; Review of" Sex in education,'* by A. C. Brackett; Appen- 
dix. 

Brackett, Anna C, and Eliot, Ida M., compilers. Poetry for home and 

school. New York, 1879. Sq. x6° 1814.13 

Brack LEY, Viscount. See Egerton, Thomas. 

Braddock, Edward, English general, b. 171 5, d. 1755. Sargent, Vf^ed. 

Expedition against Fort Du Quesne, in 1755, un der Gen. Braddock. . 866.29 

Not*. See Parkman's Conspiracy of Pontiac, vol. z, Warburton's Conquest 
of Canada, and the re fe r ences under United States, Colonial period, 

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. See Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth. 

Bradford, Alden. History of Massachusetts, 1 620-1 82a Bost, 1835. 8 ° 8 7&3 2 
Bradford, George P. Philosophic thought in Boston. See Ripley, George. 
Bradford, William, governor of Plymouth colony \ b. 1590, d. 1657. History 

of Plymouth colony ; Journal ; Dialogue ; Memoir of W. Brewster. 

[Young, r\. Chronicles of the pilgrim fathers.] 876.20 

Bradford, Mass. Hill, E. P. History of Bradford. [1639-1878.] . . . 878.33 
Bradlaugh, Charles, English radical, b. 1833. Davidson, J. M. Eminent 

English liberals. 1880. 715.19 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 715.5 

Bradley, Edward. (Cuthbert Bede.) Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green. 

With illustrations. New York, 1878. 12 115.5 

Bradley, Warren Ives. (Glance Gay lord.) The Rainford series. Gilbert 

Starr. [Illustrated.] Boston, n.d. i6° 122.29 

Gilbert's last summer at Rainford. [Illustrated.] Boston, N.D. 16 122.30 

Will Rood's friendship. [Illustrated.] Boston, M. D. 16 . . . 122.31 

Jack Arcombe. [Illustrated] Boston, 1872. 16° 122.32 

Bradshaw, John, lord chief justice of England, d. 1659. See Campbell, J., 

lord. Lives of the chief justices. v. 2 of 715.9 

Brady, James Topham, American lawyer, b. 1815, d. 1869. See McCabe, J. 

D. Great fortunes, and how they were made. 762.21 

Brage-beaker, A, with the Swedes. Jerrold, W. B 231.3 

Bragg, Braxton, b. 181 5, d. 1876. See Snow, W. P. Southern generals. . 764.22 

Brahmanism. Caird, J. Brahmanism and Buddhism. [Two lectures.] . 1666.10 

Clarke, J. F. Ten great religions. 1879. 1666.20 

Johnson, S. Oriental religions. India. 1873 1668.37 

Muller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the East. . . v. 1-2, 7, and 12 of 1667.5 

Not*. See Prof. Eggeling*s article in the Encyclopaedia Britannka, vol. 4. 
Set also India, Vedas. 

Brain. Bastian, H. C. The brain as an organ of mind. 1880. .... 655.1 

Clarke, E. H. The building of a brain. 1874 661.5 

Ferrier, D. The functions of the brajn. 1876. 655.3 



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Brain, continued. 

Flint, A^/r. The physiology of man v. 4 of 655.9 

Hinton, J. Health and its conditions. 1871 641.39 

Luys, J. The brain and its functions. 1882 527*14 

Wood, H. C. Brain-work and overwork. 1880. 641.22 

Wynter, A. Borderlands of insanity. [Brain enigmas.] 1875. • • • 651.9 

Brain difficulties v. 1 of 1919.25 

See also Insanity, Nervous system, Phrenology, Physiology, Psychology. 

Brainerd, David, missionary to the American Indians, b. 1718, d. 1747. 

Edwards, J. Account of the life of David Brainerd. • . v. 1 of 1 136.10 

Peabody, W. B. O. Life of David Brainerd v. 8 of 762.5 

Yonge, C. M. Pioneers and founders. [1871.] 7"*3I 

Bram ante da Urbino. See Lazzari. 

Bramah, Joseph, English machinist, b. 1749, d. 1814. See Smiles, S. In- 
dustrial biography. 711.20 

Brambles and bay leaves. Hibberd, S 43 5- 2 * 

Brame, C. M. Tales from the diary of a sister of mercy. N. Y., N. d. 12 931.28 

Contents. The doable marriage; The cross and the crown; The novice; 
The fetal accident; The priest's death; The gambler's wife; The apostate; 
The besetting sin. 

Brampston, Sir John, lord chief justice of England, b. 1576, d. 1654. See 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices. v. 2 of 715.9 

Brand, Rev, John. Observations on popular antiquities. With the addi- 
tions of Sir H. Ellis. New edition, with illustrations. Lond., 1877. 12 1665.6 

Brands, William Thomas, and Cox, Sir George W. Dictionary of science, 
literature, and art. New edition, revised [and illustrated]. London, 

1875. 3 V. 8° R.L. 

Contents. Vol. I. A-F. II. G-Poles. III. Poles-Z. 

Brandes, Georg. Lord Beaconsfield : a study. Translation by Mrs. G. 

Sturge. New York, 1880. 12 725.15 

Brandis, Christian August, German scholar, b. 1790, d. 1867. On the char- 
acter of Niebuhr. See Niebuhr, B. G. Life and letters 755* 2 3 

Brandon, Charles, duke of Suffolk, d. 1545. See Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. I of 7 18.9 

Brandt, Heinrich von, German getieral, b. 1789, d. 1867. See Chesney, C. C. 

Essays in military biography 1918.28 

Brant, Joseph ( Thayendanega), Mohawk chief, b. 1742, d. 1807. Eggleston, 

E., and Seelye, L. E. Brant and Red Jacket. 1879. 772.15 

Stone, W. L. Life of Joseph Brant 1838 769.7 

Brass and iron founder's guide. Larkin, J 675.23 

Brassey, Annie. Around the world in the yacht " Sunbeam." With illus- 
trations [and a map]. New York, 1880. 8° 214.12 

Sunshine and storm in the East : cruises to Cyprus and Constantinople. 

With illustrations [and a map]. New York, 1880. 8° . . . . 214.13 
Brassey, Thomas, English railway engineer, b. 1805, d. 1870. Helps, Sir 

A. Life and labours of Thomas Brassey • 73S* 2 7 

Brassey, Thomas, English politician, b. 1837. On work and wages. Lon- 
don, 1873. l 6° ! 757'8 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 715.5 

Brauwer. See Brouwer. 



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Brave lady, A. [A novel.] Craik, Dinah M 958.2 

Brave old salt [Sequel to the Yankee middy.] Adams, W. T 122.18 

Bravo, The. [A Venetian tale.] Cooper, J. F 973.2 

Bray, Anna Eliza. Life of Thomas Stothard. With personal reminiscences. 

Illustrations. London, 1851. Sq. 8° 618.22 

Brazil. Agassiz, L. J. R. and E. C. A journey in Brazil [1865-66.] . . 337.33 
Burton, R. F. Explorations of the highlands of the Brazil ; with a full 

account of the gold and diamond mines. [1867.] 337*35 

Codman, J. Ten months in Brazil. [1864-65.] 337. 19 

Fletcher, J. C, and Kidder, D. P. Brazil and the Brazilians. [1851-78.] 337.39 

Hartt, C. F. Geology and physical geography of Brazil. [1865-77.] . 426.30 

Keller-Leuzinger, F. The Amazon and Madeira rivers. [1867-68.} . 33845 

King, J. W. War-ships and navies of the world. 1880. R. L. 

Maximilian I., emperor of Mexico, Recollections, [i860.]. . . v. 3 of 754.7 

Smith, H. H. Brazil, the Amazons and the coast. [1874-78.] . . • 337.27 

Note. See references under Amazon, general travels in South America, and 
Keith Johnston's article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 4. 

Breach of promise : a comedy. Buckstone, J. B v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Bread. Johnston, J. F. W. Chemistry of common life. 1880. .... 424.20 
Manley, J. J. Bread and biscuits v. 12 of 673.5 

See also Cookery, Domestic science, Food and dietetics. 

Breakfast, dinner, and tea : viewed classically, poetically, and practically. 

Andrews, Julia C 669.26 

Breakfast, luncheon and tea. Terhune, Mary V. 669.27 

Breakwater series, The. See Townsend, Virginia F. 

Breckinridge, Rev. Robert Jefferson. See Clarke, J. F. Memorial and 

biographical sketches 718.23 

Breech-loaders. See Fire-arms. 

Breguet, Abraham Louis, Swiss mechanician and watch-maker, b. 1747, d. 

1823. See Bright well, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and workshop. 147.5 
Bremer, Fredrika, Swedish authoress, b. 1801, d. 1865. A diary, and other 

tales. Translated by M. Howitt London, 1853. 12 . . . . 951.5 

Contents. A diary; The solitary; The comforter; A letter about suppers; 
The H — family; Axel and Anna. 

Father and daughter. Translated by M. Howitt Phila., N. D. 12 • 951.9 
The home ; or, life in Sweden. [Also] Strife and peace. Translated 

by M. Howitt. London, 1878. 12 951.6 

The homes of the new world. Translated by M. Howitt New York, 

1853. 2v. 12 331.17 

Letter to the friends of A. J. Downing. See Downing, A. J. Rural 

essays. 667.59 

Life in Dalecarlia : the parsonage of Mora. Translated by W. Howitt 

New York, 1868. 8° . . . . 95949 

Life in the old world ; or, two years m Switzerland and Italy. [1856-58.] 

Translated by M. Howitt. Philadelphia, n. d. 2 v. 12 . . . . 221.12 
Life, letters, and posthumous works. Edited by Charlotte Bremer. 

Translated by F. Milow. New York, 1868. 12 752.12 

The neighbours; Hopes; The twins; Tralinnan. Translated by M. 

Howitt [With portrait] London, 1878. 12 951.7 



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Bremer, Fredrika, continued. 

The president's daughters ; including Nina. Translated by M. Howitt. 

London* 1877. 12 95* -8 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719-24 

Breton folk : an artistic tour in Brittany. Blackburn, H 228.53 

Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham. Dictionary of phrase and f able. Sixth edi- 
tion. Philadelphia, N. D. 12 R. L. 

The reader's handbook of allusions, references, plots, and stories. 

Philadelphia, 1880. 8° R.L. 

Brewer, Thomas Mayo. North American birds. See Baird, Spencer F. 
Brewing and distilling. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. . . . v. 2 of 673.4 

Pooley, T. A. Brewing and distilling. 1876. v. 12 of 673.5 

Prescott, H. P. Strong drink and tobacco smoke. 187a 665.37 

N*U. See Wagner's Chemical technology, pp. 403-451, and Wyllie'a article 
in the Encyclopedia Britannka, vol. 4. 

Brewster, Sir David, Scotch physicist, b. 1781, d. 1868. Life of Sir Isaac 
Newton. New edition, revised and edited by W. T. Lynn. [Por- 
trait.] London, 1875. 12 735*9 

Gordon, M. Home life of Sir David Brewster. 1869. 735. 18 

Brewster, Emma £. Parlor varieties. Boston, 1881. 16 631.7 

Brewster, William, elder at Plymouth, b. 1560, d. 1644. Bradford, W. 

Memoir of elder Brewster. 876.20 

Brewster, Mass. Freeman, F. Annals of Brewster. [1803-64.] . v. 2 of 877.33 

Brialmont, Alexis Henri. Life of Arthur duke of Wellington. From the 
French. With additions by G. R. Gleig. [Portraits and maps.] Lon- 
don, 1858-60. 4 v. 8° 723.22 

Brian Boroihme: a historical melo-drama. Knowles, J. S. • . . v. 15 of 1857.3 

Bric-a-brac hunter. Hall, H. B 625.15 

Bric-a-brac series. See Stoddard, Richard H. 

B richer, Alfred Thompson, American painter, b. 1827. See Sheldon, G. W. 

American painters 617.22 

Bricks and tiles. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876. . . v. 1 of 673.4 
Burn, R. S. Building construction : brickwork and masonry. 1876. . 678.7 
Davidson, £• A. Drawing for bricklayers. [1872.] 672.6 

Not*. See Wagner's Chemical technology, pp. 310-91, and Macdonald's arti- 
cle in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 4. 

Bricks without straw. A novel. Tourgee, A. W 977. 11 

Bridal, The : a tragedy. Knowles, J. S. v. 6 of 1857.3 

Bridal, The, of Pennacook. Whittier, J. G. . . v. 1 of 1836.20 ; v. 1 of 1836.43 

Bridal, The, of Triermain. [A poem.] Scott, Sir W v. 4 of 18 17.3 

Bride, The, of Abydos : a Turkish tale. Byron, G. G. N., lord. . . v. 3 of 18 15.6 

Bride, The, of Lammermoor. Scott, Sir VI v. 8 of 91 4.1 

Bride, The, of Lammermoor : a drama. Calcraft, J. W. . . .v. 22-23 °* x ^57*3 
Bride, The, of Messina : an historical drama. Schiller, J. C. F. von. v. 3 of 1 1384 

Bride, The, of the Rhine. Waring, G. E.,/r 232.8 

Bridegroom, The, of Barna. [Tales from Blackwood.] . . . v. 11-12 of 911. 1 
Bridge, The, of sighs. [A poem.] Hood, T. . . . v. 7 of 968.29 ; v. 1 of 1816.8 
Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, English chief justice, lord-keeper, b. 1606, d. 1674. 

See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors. . . . .v. 4 of 715.10 
Bridgeman, Thomas. The American gardener's assistant New edition, 

revised, enlarged, and illustrated by S. £. Todd. New York, 1873. I2 ° 665.10 



124 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Bridges. Bakewell, F. C. Great facts. 671.15 

Humber, W. Complete treatise on cast and wrought iron bridge con- 
struction, including iron foundations. 1870 *659»i4 

Mahan, D. H. Treatise on civil engineering. 1879. 67641 

Pole, W. Professional works of R. Stephenson. [Britannia, Conway, 

Victoria, and other bridges, with a chapter on iron bridges.] . v. 2 of 735-33 
Vose,G. L. Manual for railroad engineers. [Chapters on bridge-building.] 676.17 

Note. See Cresy's Cyclopaedia of civil engineering, and Prof. Jenkin's treatise 
on bridges in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 4. 
See also Engineers, Engineering. 

Bridgkwatkr, Mass. Celebration of the 200th anniversary of the incorpo- 
ration of Bridgewater, June, 1856. Boston, 1856. 8° ..... . 15584 

Bridgman, Frederick A., American painter, b. 1847. &' Sheldon, G. W. 

American painters. 617.22 

Bridgman, Laura Dewey, blind, deaf, and dumb, b, 1829. Hall, G. S. 

Laura Bridgman : a sketch. 1881 1713.8 

Lamson, M. S. Life and education of Laura D. Bridgman. 1881. • • 773.10 

Bridport, Viscount. See Hood, Alexander. 

Brigand, The : a romantic drama. Planchl, J. R. v. 24-25 of 1857.3 

Briggs, Rev. George W. Man. [American Unitarian association. Unita- 
rian affirmations.] 1648.3 

Brigham, Charles Henry, American Unitarian divine, b. 1820, d. 1879. 

Memoir and papers. [With portrait.] Boston, 1881. Sq. 12 . . • 778.13 

Contents. Memoir, by E. B. Willson; Papers, selected by A. A. Livermore: 
St. Ambrose, bishop of Milan; St. Augustine and his influence; Symbol- 
ism of the church; Gregory the great and his influence; Mohammed and 
his religion; Hildebrand and the Catholic church; Abelard and his age; 
St. Dominic and St. Francis; Copernicus and his work; Martin Luther: 
St. Theresa and the Catholic mystics; Ignatius Loyola; St. Charles Bor- 
romeo; Socinus and his followers; % Puritans of England; Unitarian 
principles and doctrines; Characteristics of the Jewish race; Christianity 
the universal religion. 

Brigham, William. The colony of New Plymouth and its relations to 

Massachusetts. [Massachusetts historical society. Lectures.] . . • 876.25 
Bright, James F. History of England. [449-1837.] N. Y., 1880. 3 V. 12 8254 
Bright, John, English statesman, b. 181 1. Speeches on questions of public 

policy. [1845-68.] Edited by J. E. T. Rogers. London, 1880. 12 1 1 28.4 

Contents. India, 1853-61; Canada, 1865-67; America, 1861-67; Ireland, 
1845-68; Russia, 1854-55; Letter to Absalom Watlcin on the Russian 
war; Reform, 1858-67; J^ree trade, 1845; JJurdens on land, 1849; A*? 1 *" 
cultural 
Peace, 




z86o; runisnment 01 aeatn, 1004; ine permissive dui, zbojl; h 
tides bill, 1851; Admission oflews to parliament, 1853; The government 
scheme of education, 1847; Church rates abolition bill, i860; Letter to 
Dr. Gray on the Irish church; Index. 

Davidson, J. M. Eminent English liberals. 1880. 7 I 5- I 9 

Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 715-4 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. I of 719-32 

Smith, G. B. Life and speeches of John Bright 1881 7 2 5*3° 

Towle, G. M. Certain men of mark. 1 88a 711*14 

Bright, William. Chapters of early English church history. Oxford, 

1878. 8° 1657.19 

Brighton, Mass. Drake, F. S. Brighton in the colonial, and in the pro- 
vincial period. v. 1-2 of 878.20 

Brighton in the last hundred years v. 3 of 878.20 



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Brighton, Mass., continued. 

Whitney, F. A. History of Brighton. [1638-1879.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Brightwell, Cecilia L. Heroes of the laboratory and the workshop. New 

edition, illustrated. London, n. d. i6° 147-5 

Contents. Richard Arkwright; Claude Louis Berthollet; James Brindlcy; 
William Caxton; Benvenuto Cellini; Sir Humphry Davy; Sebastian 
Erard; Claude Montal; George Graham; Louis Brlguet; Lorenzo 
Ghiberti; Quintin Matsys; Joseph Jacquard; Richard Lenoir; Christoph 
Philipp Oberkampf; Bernard Palissy; John Rennie; Jacques Roubo; 
Aloysius Sennefelder; George Stephenson; Jacques de Vaucanson ; James 
Wau; Josiah Wedgwood; Brief notices of other inventors and workmen. 

Brightwell, D. Barron. Concordance to the works of Alfred Tennyson. 

London, 187a 12 R.L. 

Brigitta. [A novel.] Auerbach, B 979. 10 

Brimley, George. Tennyson's poems. [Cambridge essays, 1855.] v. 1 of 1917.23 

Brindley, James, English canal-engineer and mechanician, b. 17 16, d. 1772. 

Brightwell, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and workshop. . . . 147.5 

Edgar, J. G. Footprints of famous men. 1878 M7*3 

Smiles, S. Lives of the engineers. 1874-77. . v. 1 of 716.18 

Brink, Lindesay. The Taeping rebellion in China. [1848-62.] With map 

and plans. London, 1862. 8° 858.8 

Brinton, Daniel G. The myths of the new world. Second edition, re- 
vised. New York, 1876. 8° 1665.10 

Brissot de Warville, Jean Pierre, French Girondist and political writer, b. 
1754, d. 1793. $" Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of 
George ill and iv .- v. 5 of 1 127.5 

Bristed, Charles Astor. The English language in America. [Cambridge 

essays, 1855.] v. 1 of 1917.23 

Five years in an English university. Third edition, revised. New 

York, 1873. I2 ° 1765.11 

Bristol, Earl of. See Digby, George. 

Bristol, John Bunyan, American painter, b. 1824. Sheldon, G. W. Ameri- 
can painters : with examples of their work. 1881 617.22 

Tuckennan, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867. 764.32 

Bristol, R. /. Diman, J. L. The settlement of Mount Hope 1939*28 

Bristol county, Mass, Beers, F. W., and Co. Atlas of Bristol county. 187 1. R. L. 

Britannia rediviva. [A poem.] Dryden, J v. 1 of 1816.3 

British America. See Canada, Dominion of. 

British battles on land and sea. Grant, J 829 37 

British Columbia. Grant, G. M. Ocean to ocean. 1872 328.12 

Lennard, C. E. B. Travels in British Columbia. [1859-61.] .... 328.47 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, W., viscount Milton, and Cheadle, W. B. The 

North-west passage by land. [1862-64.] 328.52 

See also Canada, Vancouver. 

British empire. See Great Britain. 

British essayists, The : with prefaces, historical and biographical, by A. 

Chalmers. [Portraits.] Boston, 1855. 3 8 v - l6 ° 1 9 ll S 

Contents. Vol. I-IV. The Tatkr. V-XII. The Spectator. XIII-XV. 
The Guardian. XVI-XVIII. The Rambler. XIX-XXI. The Adven- 
turer. XXII-IV. The World. XXV-VI. The Connoisseur. XXVII. 
The Idler. XXVIII-IX. The Mirror. XXX-XXXI. The Lounger. 
XXXII-IV. The Observer. XXX V-VII. The Looker-on. XXXVIII. 
Index. 



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British goblins : Welsh folk-lore, etc. Sikes, W 1664.34 

British manufacturing industries. Bevan, G. P., ed. 673.5 

British museum, London, Mantell, G. A. Petrifactions : handbook to the 

organic remains of the museum 4*6-5 

Note, Descriptions of the British museum will be found in Hare's Walks in 
London, and in Thornbury's Old and new London, vol. 4, chap. 38-40. 

British poets. See Poets. 

British slave, The.: a drama. Howe, J. B v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

British spy, Letters of the. Wirt, W 1939-8 

Britons. Giles, J. A. History of the ancient Britons. 1854. 823.27 

Six old English chronicles. 1878 823.9 

Nicholas, T. Pedigree of the English people. 1878. '. 823.22 

Set also England. 

Brittany. Blackburn, H. Breton folk. 1880/ 228.53 

Edwards, M. B. A year in western France. 1877 228.33 

Macquoid, T. and K. S. Pictures and legends from Normandy and Brit- 
tany. 1881. . 228.36 

Miln, J. Excavations at Canute. [1873-74.] 319-41 

Souvestre, £. Popular legends of Brittany 95&9 

Waring, G. E.,/r. A farmer's vacation. [1873.] 232-49 

Britten, F. J. Watches and clocks. [Bevan, G. P., ed, British manufactur- 
ing industries.] v. 1 1 of 673.5 

Brizrux, Julien Auguste Pelage, French poet, b. 1806, d. 1858. See Gautier, 

T., and others. Famous French authors 737-3 1 

Brock, Rev. William. Biographical sketch of Sir Henry Havelock. [Por- 
trait.] London, 1858. 16 723.3 

Brock- Arnold, George M. Gainsborough; John Constable. [Portraits 
and illustrations.] New York, 188 1. 12 . [Illustrated biographies of 
the great artists.] 712.31 

Brockktt, Linus P., and Vaughan, Mary C. Woman's work in the civil 

war. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1867. 8° . 869.14 

BROCKLESBY,John. The amateur microscopist. Illustrated. N. Y., 1871. 8° 443.15 

Brocklesby, William C. Trinity college. [Richardson, C. F., and Clark, 

H. A., ids. The college book.] *i 764.43 

Broderip, Frances Freeling, and Hood, Tom, editors. Memorials of Thomas 

Hood. Illustrated from his own sketches. Boston, i860. 2 v. 12° . 727.14 

Brodhead, John Romeyn. History of the state of New York. [1609-91.] 

New York, 1871-74. 2 v. 8° 874.23 

Brodribb, William Jackson. Demosthenes. Philadelphia, 1877. 16 . 

[Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.17 

Pliny's letters. See Church, Alfred J. 

Brodrick, George C. The law and custom of primogeniture. [Probyn, 

J. W., ed. Systems of land tenure.] 17 57. 16 

Broglie, Achille C. L. V., due de, French statesman, b. 1789, d. 1870. Dra- 
matic art in France. See Guizot, F. P. G. Shakspeare and his times. 726.19 

Broglie, Jacques Victor Albert, due de, French politician and author , b. 182 1. 

King, E. French political leaders. 1876. 737-6 

Men of the third republic 1873 737-*9 

Broken heart, The : a tragedy. Ford, J v. 1 of 1859.9 

Broken hearts : a fairy play. Gilbert, W. S v. 2 of 1861.13 



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Broken sword, The : a melodrama. Dimond, W v. 22-23 of 1857.3 

Broken to harness. A story of English domestic life. Yates, E. H. . . 921.2 
Bromley, Sir Thomas, English lord chancellor, b. 1 530, d. 1 587. See Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 2 of 715.10 

Bronte, Anne. {Acton Bell.) The tenant of Wildfell hall. N.Y., 1848. 12 939.24 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism v. 1 of 1918.24 

Bronte, Charlotte. See Nicholls, Charlotte B. 

Bronte, Emily Jane. {Ellis Bell.) Wuthering heights. Illustrated. New 

York, n.d. 12 939-22 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism v. 1 of 1918.24 

Bronze and bronzes. Burty, P. Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. 1869. 625.35 
Evans, J. Ancient bronze implements, weapons, and ornaments of 

Great Britain. 1881. 434*34 

Fortnum, C. D. E. Bronzes. 1877 625.22 

Jacquemart, A. History of furniture. [Ornamental bronzes.] . . . 628.55 

Maskell, W. The industrial arts. [1876.] 625.37 

Bronzino, Angelo, Italian painter, b. 1 501, d. 157a See Vasari, G. Lives 

of the painters, sculptors, and architects. v. 5 of 714.18 

Brook, The. [A poem.] Tennyson, A 1826.31 ; v. 2 of 1826.39 

Brooke, Lord. See Greville, Fulke and Robert 

Brooke, Frances M. Rosina : comic opera. [Modern British drama.] v. 5 of 1859.9 

Brooke, Henry, Irish author, b. 1706, d. 1783. Gustavus Vasa: a tragedy. 

[Modern British drama.] v. 2 of 1859.9 

Brooke, Sir James, statesman, and governor of Sardwak, b. 1803, d. 1868. 

Chambers's papers for the people. Brooke and Borneo. . v. 3 of 1232.15 
Jacob, G. L. The raja of Sarawak: letters and journals. 1876. . . 723.25 
Brooke, Stopford Augustus, English divine, b. 1832. Christ in modern life : 

sermons. New York, 1880. 8° 1649.28 

English literature. With an appendix on American literature. New 

York, 1880. 1 8° [Green, J. R., ed. Literature primers.] . . . 11 16.10 

Faith and freedom. [Sermons.] Boston, 1881. 8° 1649.25 

Life, letters, etc., of Fredk. W. Robertson. [Portrait.] N. Y., n.d. 12 73315 
Milton. New York, 1879. l &° [Green, J. R., ed. Classical writers.] 1855.2 
Theology in the English poets. Cowper, Coleridge, Wordsworth, and 

Burns. New York, 1875. 8° 1925.40 

Brookline, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. [By Mary A. Bean and 

H. H. Ames.] Cambridge, 1873. 8 ° R- L. 

Same. Supplement, 1873-81. [By Mary A. Bean.] Brook- 
line, 1881. 8° R. L. 

Brooks, Charles Timothy, American Unitarian divine, b. 18 13. The Latin 
poet Ausonius and his poem " Mosella." See Waring, G. B.,jr. The 

bride of the Rhine 232.8 

William Ellery Channing : a centennial memory. With [portraits and] 

illustrations. Boston, 1880. 1 2° 778.4 

Brooks, Charles T., translator. Faust : a tragedy. See Goethe, J. W. von. 
Brooks, Henry. Natal : a history and description of the colony. [With 

map and illustrations.] Edited by R. J. Mann. London, 1876. 8°. . 325.13 
Brooks, James. A seven months' run. [With map.] New York, 1872. 12 213.8 
Brooks, Phillips, American Episcopal divine, b. 1836. The candle of the 

Lord, and other sermons. New York, 1881. 12 * 647. 25 



128 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Brooks, Phillips, continued. 

The Episcopal church. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] 

v. 3 of 878.20 
The influence of Jesus. New York, 1880. 16 [Bohlen lectures, 1879.] 1 647.1 
Lectures on preaching, delivered in 1877. New York, 1879. 12 . . 1662.20 

Sermons. Tenth thousand. New York, 1879. I2 ° I&47-7 

Broome, William, English poet, and divine, b. 1689, & x 745* See Johnson, 

S. Lives of the English poets v. 1 of 11 22.1 7; v. 3 of 71437 

Brother and sister. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia. v. 1 of 949-46 

Brother Gabriel. [A novel.] Edwards, Matilda B 948.18 

Brothers, The : a comedy. Cumberland, R. v. 4 of 1859.9 

Brothers, The : a tragedy. Young, E. v. 2 of 1859.9 

Brougham, Henry Peter, lord Brougham and Vaux, statesman and author, 
0. 1778, d. 1868. History of England and France under the house 
of Lancaster ; with an introductory view of the early reformation. 

Second edition. London, 1855. 8° 82623 

Letters and speeches on various subjects, Phila., 1840. 2 v. 12 . .1128.10 

Content* . 

Vol. I. Letter to the queen on the state of the monarchy; Letter to the 
duke of Bedford on national education ; Letter to Sir S. Romillr 
upon the abuse of charities; Address to the members of the 
Manchester mechanics' institution; Dissertation on the law of 
libel and slander; Spee c he s on the education of the people, 
183$ and 1837. 
II. Speech in answer to Mr. Peel's charges against the education 
committee: Speech upon the affairs of Canada, 1838; Mal- 
treatment of the North American colonies, 1838; Affairs of 
Lower Canada, 1838; Speech on the present state of com- 
merce and mauufactures. 

Life and times. Written by himself. New York, 1871-72. 3 V. 8° . 725*21 
Life of Voltaire. See Voltaire, F. M. A. de. History of Charles xir. 851.21 
Works. Edinburgh, 1872-73. 11 v. 12 1127.5 

Contents, 

Vol. I. Lives of philosophers of the time of George in : Biographical 
sketch of the author; Joseph Black; James Watt; Joseph 
Priestley; Henry Cavendish; Sir Humphry Davy: Robert 
Simson; Adam Smith: Antoine L. Lavoisier; Sir Joseph 
Banks; Jean le Rond d'Alembert. 
II. , Men of letters of the time of George in : Francois Marie Arouet 
de Voltaire; Jean Jacques Rousseau; David Hume; William 
Robertson ; Samuel Johnson ; Edward Gibbon. 

III. Statesmen of the time of George m and iv: George m; William 

Pitt, earl of Chatham; Frederick North, ad earl of Guilford; 
Alexander Wedderburn, lord Loughborough; Edward lord 
Thurlow; William Murray, earl of Mansfield; Sir Vicary 
Gibbs; Sir William Grant; Edmund Burke; Charles James 
Fox; William Pitt, the younger; Richard Brinsley Sheridan; 
William Windham; Henry Dundas. lord Melville; Thomas 
lord Erskine; Spencer Perceval; William Wyndham, lord 
Grenville; Henry Grattan; William Wilberforce; George Can- 
ning ; Sir Samuel Romilly ; John Russell, 4th duke of Bedford; 
Charles Pratt, earl of Camden; John Wilkes. 

IV. Statesmen of the time of George ill and iv: George iv; John 

Scott, earl of Eldon; William Scott, baron Stowell; Dr. French 
Laurence; Sir Philip Francis; J. Horne Tooke; Robert 
Stewart, viscount Castlereagh; Robert Banks Jenkinson. ad 
earl of Liverpool ; George Tierney ; John Jervis, 1st earl of St. 
Vincent; Horatio lord Nelson; Peter lord King; Francis 
Horner; David Ricardo; Note on J. P. Curran; Edward Law, 
xst lord Ellen borough ; Sir Charles K. Bushe; Richard Collcy 
Wellesley, marquis Wellesley; Henry Richard Fox, 3d lord 
Holland; John Allen; James Scarlett, lord Abinger; Sir Wil- 
liam Follett; Sir John Williams; John Dunning, xst lord 
Ashburton; William Conyngham, 1st lord Plunket; Arthur 
Wellesley, duke of Wellington; Recollections of the bar and 
bench; Appendix, containing sketches of Sir Robert Walpole 
and lord Bolingbroke, and letters of lady Stuart and lady 
Lindsay. 



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Brougham, Henry Peter, lord. Works, continued. 

Vol. V. Statesmen of the time of George in and iv: The French revo- 
lution; Robespierre; Georges Jacques Danton; Camilie Des- 
moulins; Antoine Louis Ldon de Saint-Just; Emmanuel 

ioseph de Sieves; Joseph Fouche* , duke of Otranto; Jacques 
recker; Anne Louise Germaine baronne de Stael-rfolstcin ; 
Mirabeau family; Lazare Nicolas Carnot; Marie Joseph P. R. 
I. G. de Motier, marquis de La Fayette; Charles Maurice de 
Talleyrand-Pe'ngord; Jean Lambert Tallien; Michel Ney, 
marshal of France; Jean Pierre Brissot de Warville; The 
Girondins; French bar during the revolution; Napoleon 1; 
George Washington ; Charles Carrol ; Thomas Jefferson ; Ben- 
jamin Franklin; American democracy ; Frederic 11; Gustavus 
111; Joseph 11; Catherine 11; Elizabeth's conduct to Mary, 
queen of Scots; Dialogue on the merits of republican and 
monarchical government. 
VI. Natural theology; Dialogues on instinct; Observations on the 
structure of the cells of bees, and on fossil osteology [by 
CuvierJ. 
VII. Dissertations and addresses, rhetorical and literary: On the 
eloquence of the ancients; Inaugural discourse on being in- 
stalled lord rector of the university of Glasgow; Cicero; De- 
mosthenes; Erskine; Pulpit eloquence; Objects, advantages, 
and pleasures of science; On political science. 
VIII. Dissertations historical and political: Balance of power; Doc- 
trines of foreign policy ; General principles of foreign policy ; 
Foreign relations of Great Britain ; War measures as connected 
with a balance of power; On the making and digesting of the 
law; The inefficacy of simply penal legislation; On revolutions; 
On gradual legislation ; Principles of parliamentary reform; 
Right of search ; Education of the people. 
IX. Speeches: Military flogging; Queen Caroline; Case of the Rev. 
Richard Blacow ; Libel on the Durham clergy ; Army estimates; 
Holy alliance; Education; Law in Ireland; Imprisonment for 
debt; Bed-chamber question ; Wellington speeches. 

X. Speeches: Commerce and manufactures; Liverpool election: 

Liverpool mechanics' institute; The slave trade; Case of Rev. 
John Smith; Negro slavery; The slave trade; Emancipation 
of negro apprentices: Eastern slave trade; Present state of 
the law; Local courts; Parliamentary reform; Poor laws. 

XI. The British constitution, its history, structure, and working; 

Chronological list of lord Brougham's publications; General 
index. 



Campbell, J., lord. Lives of Lyndhurst and Brougham. 1869. - • * 71622 

Chambers's papers for the people. Lord Brougham v. 6 of 1232.15 

McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] 1713-25 

Marti neau, H. Biographical sketches. 1877 718.13 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879 1233.19 

Sheil, K. L. Sketches of the Irish bar v. 2 of 719.5 

Note. See Reeve's biographical sketch in the Encylopoedia Britannica, vol. 4. 

Brougham, John. All's fair in love ; Franklin ; The gun-maker of Moscow ; 

The red mask. [French's Standard drama.] .... v. 20-21 of 1857.3 
Art and artifice ; The miller of New Jersey. [French's Standard drama.] 

v. 28-29 °f I 857-3 
David Copper field ; Dombey and son ; Jane Eyre. [French's Standard 

drama.] v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

Dred; Night and morning. [French's Standard drama.] . v. 18-19 of 1857.3 
The game of life ; Romance and reality : comedies. [French's Standard 

drama.] v. 15 of 1857.3 

The game of love: a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . v. 14 of 1857.3 
Brougham, John, and Goodrich, Frank B. The dark hour before dawn. 

[French's Standard drama.] v 28-29 of 1857.3 

Brought to the front. [A story for boys.] Kellogg, E 124-15 

Broughton, Rhoda. Cometh up as a flower. Leipsic, 1867. 16 . . . 949.1 
M Good-bye, sweetheart ! " A novel. New York, 1872. 12 . . . . 949.27 



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Broughton, Rhoda, continued. 

Nancy. A novel. Leipsic, 1873. 2 v. in 1. 16 949- 2 

Red as a rose is she. Leipsic, 1870. 2 v. in 1. 16 949 3 

Second thoughts. A novel. New York,, 1880. 16 . [Appletons' new 

handy- volume series.] 949- 2 5 

Brouwer, or Brauwer, Adriaen, Dutch painter, b. 1605, d. 1638. Fairholt, 

F. W. Homes, haunts, and works of Rubens, etc. 187 1. . . . 6x9.19 
Gower, Lord R. C. S. L. The figure painters of Holland. 1880. . . 712.27 
Brown, Charles Brockden, American novelist, b. 1771, d. 1810. Novels. 

With a memoir of the author. Philadelphia, 1859. 6 v. 12 . . 971-21 

Content*. Vol. I. Wieland. II-III. Arthur Mervyn. IV. Edgar Hundy. 
V. Jane Talbot. VI. Onnond; Clara Howard. 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Life without and life within 1948-35 

Prescott, W. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. • - * J 93^-34 

Life of Charles Brockden Brown v. x of 762.5 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 *939-37 

Brown, George Loring, American painter, b. 1814. Sheldon, G. W. Ameri- 
can painters: with examples of their work. 1881 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764-3* 

Brown, Henry T. Five hundred and seven mechanical movements. [Il- 
lustrated.] New York, 187 1. Sq. 12 677.22 

Brown, Howard Nicholson. Sunday stories. Boston, 1879. Sq. x6° . . x12.11 

Brown, J. Appleton, American painter, b. 1844. See Sheldon, G. W. Ameri- 
can painters. 6x7.22 

Brown, John, English divine, b. 17 15, d. 1756. Barbarossa: a tragedy. 

[Modern British drama.] v. 2 of 1859.9 

Brown; John, Scotch divine, b. 1784, d. 1858. See Brown, J. Spare hours, v. 1 of X914.17 

Brown, John, Scotch physician, b. 1830, d. 1882. Marjorie Fleming. [John- 
son, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 5 of 968.29 

Rab and his friends. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . v. 2 of 968.29 
Spare hours. First and second series. [With portrait] Boston, 1879. 

2 v. 12 1914-17 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Rab and his friends: " With brains, sir; " The mystery of black 
and tan; Her last half-crown; Our dogs; Queen Mary's child- 
garden; Presence of mind and happy guessing; My father's 
memoir; Mystifications; "Oh, I'm wat, wat; M Arthur H. 
Hallam; Education through the senses; Vaughan's poems; Dr. 
Chalmers; Dr. George Wilson; St. Paul's thorn in the flesh 
[by I. T. Brown] ; Ine black dwarfs bones; Notes on art. 
II. John Leech; Marjorie Fleming; Jeems the door-keeper; M inch- 
moor; The enterkin: Health; The duke of Athole; Struan; 
Thackeray's death ; Thackeray's literary career; More of "Our 
dogs; " Plea for a dog home: Bibliomania Jby J. T. Brown]; 
In clear dream and solemn vision; A Jacobite family. 

Brown, Copt. John, American abolitionist, b. 1800, d. 1859. Phillips, W. 

Burial of John Brown; Harper's Ferry 1137.15 

Redpath, J. Public life. With an autobiography of his childhood and 

youth, i860 779.9 

Thoreau, H. D. Anti-slavery and reform papers. 1874 328.9 

Brown, John G., American painter, b. 1831. See Sheldon, G. W. American 

painters. 617.22 

Brown, John Taylor. Bibliomania; St. Paul's thorn in the flesh. See 

Brown, J. Spare hours X914.17 

Brown, Samuel Gilman, president of Hamilton college. Life of Rufus 

Choate. Third edition. [With portrait.] Boston, 1879. X2° . . . 776.5 



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Brown, T. Allston. History of the American stage, 1733- 1870. [With 

portraits.] New York, 187a 8° 1869.27 

Brown, Thomas. The indicator and dynanometer. See Main, Thomas J. 
Brown, Thomas, Af.D. On the credibility of miracles. [Noyes, G. R., 

ed. Collection of theological essays.] 1628.19 

Brown, Thomas, Scotch metaphysician y b. 1778, d. 182a Bain, A. Moral 

science. [The ethical systems.] 1716.29 

McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] I 7'3- 2 S 

Brown, William Lawrence, Scotch theologian, b, 1755, d. 1830. See McCosh, 

J. The Scottish philosophy 1713.25 

Brown, Jones, and Robinson. Trollope, A 9 2 9«53 

Brown of Calaveras. [A story.] Harte, F. B v. 2 of 1 132. 15 

Brown university, Providence, R, I. See Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. 

A., eds. The college book *I76443 

Brown's peccadillo. [A tale.] King, H v. 12 of 91 1.2 

Browne, Albert G.,/r. Sketch of the official life of John A. Andrew. To 

which is added [his] valedictory address. [Portrait.] N. Y., 1868. 12 774-9 
Browne, Charles Farrar {Artemus Ward), American humorist, b, 1834, 
d. 1867. Complete works. With a biographical sketch by M. D. 
Landon. Illustrations. New York, 1879. 12° 1947-25 

Nadal, E. S. Artemus Ward. [An essay.] 1938.27 

Browne, Frances, Irish poetess, b. 1816. Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861. 711. 19 

Williams, A. M. Poets and poetry of Ireland. 1881 1819.5 

Browne, James. History of the Highlands and of the Highland clans. 

With portraits, [map] and engravings. Glasgow, 1834-38. 4 V. 8° . 821.27 
Browne, John Ross. Adventures in the Apache country : a tour through 

Arizona and Sonora. Illustrated. New York, 1878. 12 . . . 335.18 

An American family in Germany. [Also] A whirl through Algeria, and 
a visit to the salt mines of Wieliczka. [1866.] Illustrated. New 
York, 1877. X2 ° 232.19 

Crusoe's island : with sketches of California and Washoe, t 1 849-5 5.] 

New York, 1875. ,2 ° 342.11 

The land of Thor. Illustrated- New York, [1867.] 12 231.7 

Resources of the Pacific slope. With the settlement and exploration 

of Lower California. New York, 1869. 8° 67914 

Browne, Phill is. What girls can do. Second edition. London, [1880?] 12 1758.17 
Browne, Sir Richard. Private correspondence with Sir Edward Hyde. 

See Evelyn, J. Diary. 
Browne, Sir Thomas, English physician, philosopher, and author, b. 1605, 
d. 1682. Religio medici; Letter to a friend; Christian morals. 
[With portrait.] Edited by W. A. Greenhill. London, 1881. 16 1629.9 

Hazlitt, W. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1S78 1925.22 

Jeaffreson, J. C. A book about doctors. 1861 1919.28 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons v. 2 of 1 122.17 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, English poetess, b. 1807, d. 1861. Essays on 

the Greek Christian poets and the English poets. N. Y. f 1863. 18 1927.3 
Life, letters, and essays. [With portraits.] New York, 1877. 2 v. 18 1927.8 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Letters addressed to R. H. Home. With a preface and memoir 
by R. H. Stoddard. 
II. The book of the poets; Some account of the Greek Christian 
poets. 



132 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, continued. 

Poems. With an introductory essay by H. T. Tuckerman. "[Portraits.] 

New York, n.d. 3 V. 1 2° 1827.23 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The poetry of Mrs. Browning, by H. T. Tuckerman; The sera- 
phim; The poet's vow; The romaunt of Margrei; Isobel's 
child; Romance of the Ganges; An island; The soul's travel- 
ling: The sleep; Sonnets; The house of clouds: Wine of 
Cyprus ; The dead Pan ; Prometheus bound; Sonnets from the 
Portuguese; Miscellaneous poems; Translations. 
II. A drama of exile; The romaunt of the page; The lay of the 
brown rosary; Lady Geraldine's courtship; A vision of poets; 
Rhyme of the duchess May; The cry of the children; The 
lost bower; Casa Guidi windows; Napoleon ill in Italy; Mis- 
cellaneous poems. 
III. Aurora Leigh; Last poems. 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism v. 1 of 1918.24 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. . . . 1948.34 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.2 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7"''9 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. 1876. '9 2 5-37 

Browning, Robert, English poet, b. 18 12. Balaustion's adventure : includ- 
ing a transcript from Euripides. Boston, 187 1. 1 6° 1825.9 

Dramatis persons. Boston, 1874. 16 1825.12 

How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix; Rabbi Ben Ezra. 

[Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 7 of 968.29 

The inn album. Boston, 1876. 16 1825.11 

Men and women. Boston, 1879. I ^° 1825.14 



Contents. Love among the ruins; A lovers' quarrel; Evelyn Hope; Up at 
a villa; A woman's last word; Fra Lippo Lippi; By the fireside; Mes- 
merism; A serenade at the villa, and other poems. 



Poems. New edition. [With portrait.] Boston, 1879. 2 v * *6° • • 1825.16 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Paracelsus; Pippa passes, a drama; King Victor and king 
Charles, a tragedy ; Colombo's birthday, a play. 
II. A blot in the 'scutcheon, a tragedy; The return of the Druses, a 
tragedy; Luria, a tragedy; A soul's tragedy; Dramatic ro- 
mances and lyrics: Cavauer tunes; My last duchess; Count 
Gismond: Incident of the French camp; Soliloquy of the 
Spanish cloister; In a gondola; Artemis prologuizes; Waring; 
Rudcl to the lady of Tripoli; Christina; Madhouse cell; 
Through the Meudja to Abd-el-Kadr; The pied piper of 
Hamehn; How they brought the good news from Ghent to 
Aix; Pictor ignotus; The Italian in England; The English- 
man in Italy, and other poems. 

Red cotton night-cap country. Boston, 1873. 16 1825.13 

The ring and the book. Boston, 1872-77. 2 v. 16 1825.15 

Sordello, Strafford, Christmas-eve and Easter-day. [With portrait.] 

Boston, 1864. 12 1825.30 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 713.45 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 4 of 719.32 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. . . . 1948.34 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.2 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7'i-'9 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. 1876. 1 9 2 S-37 

Brown low, W. R. Roma sotterranea. See Northcote, J. S. 

Brown lows. A novel. Oliphant, Margaret O. W 939-67 

Browsing among books, and other essays. Woolson, Abba G 1948.11 



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Bruce, Henry Austin, lord Aberdare, Scotch statesman, b. 1815. See National 

portrait gallery v. 4 of 719.32 

Bruce, James, carl of Elgin and Kincardine, b. 181 1, d. 1863. Martineau, 

H. Biographical sketches. 1877 718.13 

Oliphant, L. Earl of Elgin's mission to China and Japan. 1857-59. 314*5 

Bruce, James, Scotch traveller. See Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's 

library v. 1 1 of 522.5 

Bruce, John, b. 1744, d. 1826. See McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. . 1713.25 

Bruce, Robert See Robert I, Bruce, king 0/ Scotland. 

Bruce, Robert, or Robert de Brus, chief justice of England, b. 1224, d. 1295. 

See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices v. 1 of 715.9 

Brugsch, Heinrich Karl, called Brugsch-Bey, German philologist and Egyp- 
tologist, b. 1827. History of Egypt under the Pharaohs, derived entirely 
from the monuments. [Also] Discourse on the exodus of the Israelites. 
Translated and edited by P. Smith. Second edition, with additions. 
Maps and illustrations. London, 188 1. 2 v. 8° 815.19 

Brumns, Karl, editor. Life of Alexander von Humboldt, compiled in com- 
memoration of the centenary of his birth. Translated from the German 
by Jane and Caroline Lassell. With portraits. London, 1873. 2 Va 8° 755*4* 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Lbwenberg, J. Youth and early manhood of Humboldt ; Travels 
in America and Asia. 
II. Av4-Lallemant, R. Humboldt's sojourn in Paris, 1808-1826. 
Dove, A. Meridian and decline of life. 1837-59. 

Bruin: the grand bear hunt. Reid, M 126.15 

Brummell, George, called Beau Brummell, favorite of George IV, b. 1778, 

d. 1840. Doran, J. Habits and men. 1855 I 9 I 4*37 

Raikes, T. Personal reminiscences. 1875 1918.10 

Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The wits and beaux of society. 1873. . . 718.6 
B RUN EL, Sir Mark Isambard, engineer, and designer of the Thames tunnel, 

£. 1769, </. 1849. «&*' Personal recollections of English engineers. . . 716.18 
Bruneljleschi, Filippo, Italian sculptor and architect, b. 1377 ? d. 1446. 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors v. 1 of *6i940 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 

Note. Further references to Brunelleschi will be found in Oliphant's Makers 
of Florence, Grimm's Michael Angelo, vol. x, Symonds s Renaissance, 
vol. 3, and Norton's Church building. 

Bruno, Giordano, Italian philosopher and author, b. 1550? d. 1600. See 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy 17 12.19 

Brunswick, Antiquities of the house of. Gibbon, E 1127.19 

Brush, Christine C. The colonel's opera cloak. Boston, 1879. 16 . [No 

name series.] 968.1 

Brush, George Jarvis. System of mineralogy. See Dana, James D. . . 424-37 

Brutus, Marcus Junius, b. B.C. 85, d. 42. Ames, F. Character of Brutus. 

[An essay.] v. 2 of 11 36.8 

Cicero, M. T. Letters to Brutus 1848.17 

Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Brutus : a tragedy. Payne, J. H v. 8 of 1857.3 

Bruun, Malthe Conrad. See Malte-Brun. 

Bryant, Gridley, American engineer, b. 1798, d. 1867. $ ee Stuart, C. B. 

Lives of civil and military engineers of America 764.21 



134 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Bryant, H. B. The new Bryant and Stratton counting-house book-keeping. 

See Packard, S. S. . 674.56 

Bryant, Thomas, English surgeon. A manual of surgery. Third American, 

from the third English edition. Edited and enlarged by J. B. Roberts. 

With illustrations. Philadelphia, 188 1. L. 8° *657.n 

Bryant, William Cullen, American poet, b. 1794, d. 1878. Letters of a 

traveller. New York, 187 1. 12 222.7 

Orations and addresses. [With portrait.] New York, 1873. ,2 ° • • u 37'6 

Contents. Thomas Cole; J. Fenimore Cooper; Washington Irving: Fitz- 
Greene Halleck; Gulian Crommelin Verplanck; The press banquet to 
Kossuth; Improvement of native fruits; Music in the public schools; 
Schiller; A birth-day; Freedom of exchange; The electric telegraph; 
Metropolitan art museum ; Mercantile library; Italian unity; The Morse - 
statue; Shakspeare; Reform; The Scott statue. 

Poetical works. Household edition. [With a biographical sketch by 

R. H. Stoddard.] New York, 1879. I2 ° 1836.34 

Studies of Irving. [Life, character, and genius.] See Warner, C. D. . 777.55 

Alden, J. Studies in Bryant : a text-book. 1879 '937-7 

Nadal, E. S. William Cullen Bryant. [An essay.] 193S.27 

Powers, H. N. William Cullen Bryant. [Homes and haunts of our 

elder poets.] 339.32 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.2 

Symington, A. J. William Cullen Bryant: a biographical sketch. 

With selections from his writings. 1880. 777.15 

Taylor, B. Critical essays. 1880. *937»42 

Whipple, E. P. Literature and life. 187 1 1936.10 

Note. For critical estimates see Allibonc, Duyckinck, and Griswold. 

Bryant, William Cullen, editor. Family library of poetry and song. With 
an introductory treatise on the poets and poetry of the English language. 
Also, a biographical memoir of Bryant, by J. G. Wilson. With portrait 
and engravings. New York, [1878.] L.8° 1S19.21 

Bryant, William Cullen, translator. The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer. 
See Homer us. 

Bryant, William Cullen, and Gay, Sydney Howard. A popular history of 
the United States. [986-1865.] Preceded by a sketch of the pre-his- 
toric period and the age of the mound builders. Illustrated [with steel 
plates, woodcuts, and maps]. New York, 1878-81. 4 V. L.8° . . . 865.33 

Bryce, James. The holy Roman empire. Seventh edition. N. Y., 1877. 12 831.9 
Transcaucasia and Ararat With map. Third edition. Lond., 1878. 12 241.5 

Bubbles from the Brunnen of Nassau. Head, Sir F. B 232.30 

Buccaneers. Abbott, J. S. C. Captain William Kidd and [other] bucca- 
neers. 1877 772.12 

Thornbury, G. W. The buccaneers ; or, the monarchs of the main. . 711.25 

Buccleuch, Charles, duke of. See Scott, Sir W. Biographies. . . v. 4 of 1 123.7 

Buchan, Earl of. See Erskine, Thomas. 

Buchanan, George, Scottish historian and poet, b. 1506, d. 1582. Kingsley, 

C. George Buchanan, scholar. [An essay.] 1917.10; 1917.13 

Buchanan, James, ijth president of the United States, b. 1791, d. 1868. See 

Abbott, J. S. C. Lives of the presidents of the United States. . . . 764.18 

Buchanan, Robert, Scottish poet and essayist, b. 1841. The drama of kings. 

London, 1871. 8° . 1862.27 



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Buchanan, Robert, continued. 

The land of Lome, including the cruise of the "Tern" to the outer 

Hebrides. London, 1871. 2 v. 12 224.11 

Langley lane; The old politician. [Johnson, E. R.,ed. Little classics.] 

v. 7 of 968.29 

Poems. Boston, 1866. 16 1826.12 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. 1876. x 9 2 5-37 

Taylor, B. Critical essays. 1880 1937.42 

Buchanan, Robert, translator. Ballad stories of the affections. From the 

Scandinavian. London, 1869. 18 I ^ T 3*5 

BUCKHAM, Matthew Henry, president of the University of Vermont. Bio- 
graphical sketch of William A. Wheeler. See Howells, W. D. Sketch 
of Rutherford B. Hayes 774*4 

Buckingham, Countess of See Villiers, Mary. 

Buckingham, Duke of. See Villiers, George. 

Buckingham, William Alfred, governor of Connecticut, 1858^-66. See Stowe, 

H. E. B. Men of our times 764 10 

Buckinghamshire, Duke of See Sheffield, John. 

Buckland, Francis T. Curiosities of natural history. Illustrated. Lon- 
don, 1877-78. 4 v. 16 435-9 

Log-book of a fisherman and zoologist Illustrated. Lond., 1875. 8° 436.35 

Buckle, Henry Thomas, English author, b. 1822, d. 1862. Essays. With 

a biographical sketch. New York, 1877. 12 191 6.9 

Contents. Biographical sketch; Mill on liberty; The influence of women on 
the progress of knowledge. 

History of civilization in England. New York, 1878. 2 v. 8° . . . 1726.25 
Fiske, J. Mr. Buckle's fallacies. [An essay.] 1937.28 

Buckley, Arabella B. The fairy-land of science. Illustrated. N.Y., 1879. I2 ° I 3^ I 4 
Life and her children. With illustrations. New York, 188 1. 12 . . 138.15 

Buck MINSTER, Joseph Stevens, American Unitarian dwine and biblical critic, 
b. 1784,^. 1S12. Sermons. With a memoir of his life and character. 
Third edition. [With portrait] Boston, 182 1. 8° 1648.42 

Buck n ill, John Charles, M.D., and Tuke, Daniel Hack, Af.D. Manual 
of psychological medicine, containing the lunacy laws, the nosology, 
aetiology, statistics, description, diagnosis, pathology and treatment of 
insanity. Fourth edition. [With illustrations.] London, 1879. 8° . 652.25 

BuCKSTONE, John Baldwin, English dramatist, b. 1800. The breach of 
promise; The dream at sea; The scholar. [French's Standard 

drama.] v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

The flowers of the forest. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

The green bushes. [French's Standard drama.] v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

Henriette the forsaken : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] v. 18-19 of '857.3 
Isabelle : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] .... v. 22-23 of 1857.3 
Leap year : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] .... v. 11 of 1857.3 
Married life : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 16-17 of 1857.3 
Rural felicity ; The wreck ashore. [French's Standard drama.] v. 32-33 of 1857.3 
Victorine. [French's Standard drama.] v. 26-27 °* 1 %S7-Z 

Buddhism. Buddhist Suttas. Translated by T. W. R. Davids. [Muller, 

F. M.,ed. Sacred books of the East.] v. 11 of 1667.5 

The Dhammapada : a collection of verses. Translated by F. M. Muller. 

[Muller, F M., ed. Sacred books of the East.] . . . . v. 10 of 1667.5 



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Buddhism, continued. 

The Sutta-nipata : a collection of discourses. Translated by V. Faus- 

boll. [Miiller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the East.] . . v. 10 of 1667.5 
Vinaya texts. Translated from the Pali by T. W. R. Davids and H. 
Oldenberg. Part 1. The Patimokkha; The Mahavagga, 1-4. 
[Miiller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the East.] . . . . v. 13 of 1667.5 
Arnold, E. The light of Asia ; or, the great renunciation. [A poem.] 1825.27 

Caird, J. Brahmanism and Buddhism. [Two lectures.] 1666.10 

Clarke, J. F. The Buddhist monks of central Asia. [A lecture.] . . 1658.16 

Ten great religions. 1879 1666.20 

Johnson, S. Oriental religions. India. 1873 1668.37 

Lillie, A. Buddha and early Buddhism. [1S81.] 1668.32 

Miiller, F. M. Buddhism ; Buddhist pilgrims ; The meaning of Nirvana. 

[Essays.] v. 1 of 1929.23 

Lectures on religion; with a paper on Buddhist nihilism, and a 

translation of Dharamapada. [1872.] 1666.11 

* On Sanskrit texts discovered in Japan. [An essay.] . . v. 5 of 1929.23 
Buerstknbinder, Emilie. (Ernst Werner.) " Good luck 1 " Translated 

by F. A. Shaw from the German. Boston, N. D. 8° 959-5 1 

Vineta, the phantom city. From the German, by F. A. Shaw. Boston, 

i877- 1 60 954.5 

Buffalmacco, Buonamico di Cristofano, called, Italian painter, d. 1351 ? 

See Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . v. 1 of 714.18 
Buffet, Louis Joseph, French politician and lawyer, b. 18 18. See King, E. 

French political leaders 737*6 

Buffon, George Louis Leclerc, French naturalist and philosopher, b. 1707, 

d. 1788. Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library. . . v. 27 of 522.5 
Vinet, A. R. French literature in the eighteenth century. 1854. . . 11 15.42 
Bugbee, James M. Boston under the mayors. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial 

history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

The Eastern question. Fifth edition. Boston, 1877. 18 861.4 

Bugiardini, Giuliano, Florentine painter, b. 1481, d. 1556. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 4 of 714.18 

Building and building materials. Beckwith, A. Asphalt and bitumen. 

[Paris exposition, 1867.] v. 4 of 1555.7 

Bowen, J. H. Buildings, building materials, and methods of building. 

[Paris exposition, 1867.] v »4<>f f 555»7 

Burn, R. S. Building construction : brickwork and masonry. 1876. . 678.7 
Davidson, E. A. Building construction and architectural drawing. . . 672.14 

Our houses and what they are made of. [1869.] *37»i 

Fryer, W. J.,/r. Architectural iron work. 1876. . 678.31 

Gillmore, Q. A. Limes, hydraulic cements, and mortars 678.24 

Hull, E. Building stones. 1876. v. 2 of 673.5 

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1874. 8° 438.16 

Bulbs. Rand, E. S.,/r. Bulbs : treatise on bulbs and tubers. 1876. . . 667.16 
Flowers for the parlor and garden. 1876 667.15 



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Bulfinch, Thomas. Age of chivalry ; or, legends of king Arthur. Boston, 

[1858.] 12 1729*1$ 

The age of fable ; or, beauties of mythology. Boston, N. D. 8° . . . 1665.9 

Legends of Charlemagne. Boston, [1862.] 12 1729.16 

Bulgaria. Anderson, R. Missions of the American board. . . v. 4 of 1663.12 

Baker, J. Turkey in Europe. [1874-75.] • • 2 3&37 

Mackenzie, G. M. M., and Irby, A. P. Slavonic provinces of Turkey-in- 

Europe. [1863-77.] . . . 236.41 

Towle, G. M. Montenegro, [and] a short account of Bulgaria. . . . 861.6 
Bulkley, L. Duncan, M. D. The skin in health and disease. Philadelphia, 

1880. 1 8°. [Keen, W. W., ed. American health primers.] .... 641.21 
Bull, Ole Bomemann, Norwegian violinist, b. 18 10, d. 1880. See Ferris, 

G. T. Great violinists and pianists . 714.6 

Bull Run. Nicolay, J. G. The outbreak of rebellion. [1860-61.] 188 1. 869.1 

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Bullant, Jean, French architect, b. 1520, d. 1578. See Pattison, E. F. The 

renaissance of art in France v. iof 614.14 

Bull en, George. Bibliography of Uncle Tom's cabin. See Stowe, Harriet 

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Bullock, W. H. Across Mexico in 1864-65. [Map and illustrations.] 

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Bulls, The, and the Jonathans. Paulding, J. K 972-32 

Bulwer, William Henry Lytton Earle, baron Dolling and Bulwer, English 
diplomatist, b. 1804, d. 187 1. Life of Henry John Temple, viscount 
Palmerston. With selections from his diaries and correspondence. 

Philadelphia, 1871. 2 v. 12 725.17 

Hayward, A. Lord Dalling and Bulwer. [An essay.] . . . v. 2 of 1918.19 
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton, lord Lytton \ English nov- 
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Maltravers.] London, 1877. 8° 916. 11 

The Caxtons : a family picture. London, 1878. 8° 916.12 

The coming race ; Falkland ; Zicci ; Pausanias the Spartan. London, 

1878. 8° 916.13 

Devereux. London, 1878. 8° 916.14 

The disowned. London, 1878. 8° 916.15 

Dramatic works. [With portrait.] London, N. D. 12 1863.13 

Content*. The duchess de La Vallicrc; The lady of Lyons; Richelieu; 
Money; Not so bad as we seem. 

Ernest Maltravers. London, 1877. 8° 916.16 

Eugene Aram. London, 1877. 8° 916.17 

Godolphin. London, 1877. 8° 916.18 

Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. London, 1878. 8° 916.19 

The haunted and the haunters ; or, the house and the brain. [Tales 

from Blackwood.] v. 9-10 of 911. 1 

The house and the brain. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . v. 1 of 968.26 
Kenelm Chillingly : his adventures and opinions. London, 1878. 8° . 916.20 
The lady of Lyons : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] . . . v. 1 of 1857.3 

The last days of Pompeii. London, 1877. 8° 916.21 

The last of the barons. London, 1877. 8° 917.1 

Leila, or the siege of Granada ; Calderon the courtier ; Pilgrims of the 

Rhine. London, 1878. 8° 9*7-2 



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Bulwer-LVtton, Edward George Earle Lytton, lord Lytton, continued. 

The lost tales of Miletus. New York, 1872. 12 *825-33 

Lucretia, or the children of night London, 1878. 8° 9 f 7-3 

The maid of Malines. [Johnson, E R., ed. Little classics.] . . v. 3 of 968.29 

Money : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] v. r of 1857.3 

" My novel," or varieties in English life. London, 1878. 2 v. 8° . . 917.4 

Night and morning. London, 1878. 8° 9 I 7-5 

The Parisians. London, 1878. 2 v. 8° 9*7-6 

Paul Clifford. London, 1877. 8° 917.7 

Pelham, or adventures of a gentleman. [With portrait.] London, 

1877. 8° 9178 

Richelieu : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] v. 1 of 1857.3 

Rienzi, the last of the Roman tribunes. London, 1877. 8° . . . • 9*7-9 
A strange story ; The haunted and the haunters. London, 1878. 8° . 917.10 

What will he do with it ? London, 1878. 2 v. 8° 9i7-n 

Zanoni. London, 1878. 8° 917.12 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870. 7*345 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 2 of 1926.25 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

Purnell, T. The dramatists of the present day. 187 1 1869.16 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 711. 19 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Robert, lord Lytton (Owen Meredith), English 
poet and diplomatist, b. 1831. Good-night in the porch. [Johnson, 

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Lucile. Boston, 1880. 24 1825.4 

New poems. Boston, 1875. 2 v * 2 4° 1825.3 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 3 of 719.32 
Bumstead, John. On the wing. With illustrations. N. Y. t [1869.] 12 . 638.4 

Bunce, Oliver Bell. Bachelor Bluff. New York, 1882. 12 1946.34 

Bundle, A, of letters. James, H., jr. 976.8 

Bundy, J. M. Life of James Abram Garfield. [With portrait.] New 

York, [cop. 1881.] 12 774-19 

Bungener, Laurence Louis F&ix. Bourdaloue and Louis xiv, or, the 
preacher and the king. Translated from the French. New edition, 
with a biographical sketch of the author. Boston, N. D. 12° . . 958.22 
Louis xv and his times; or, the priest and the Huguenot From the 

French. Boston, 1874. 12 958.23 

Bunker Hill. Drake, S. A. Bunker Hill : the story told in letters from 
the battle field by British officers engaged. With an introduction 

# and sketch of the battle. 1875 86625 

Frothingham, R. Siege of Boston, and battles of Lexington, Concord, 

and Bunker Hill. Also, an account of the monument. 1873. • • 866.21 
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Note. See various accounts of the battle in Frothingham's appendix, includ- 
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and 3, and Webster's Speeches, vol. x. 

BUNSEN, Christian Karl Josias, baron von, German diplomatist and theolo- 
gian, b. 1 791, d. i860. God in history. Translated from the German 
by Susanna Winkworth. London, 1868-70. 3 v. 8° 1666.31 



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Bun sen, Christian Karl Josias, baron von, continued. 

Life of Martin Luther; with an estimate of his character and genius 

by T. Carlyle. New York, 1870. 16 755.3 

Niebuhr as a diplomatist in Rome. See Nicbuhr, B. G. Life and letters. 755.23 
Bunsen, F., baroness von. Memoirs of baron Bunsen. 1869. . . . 756.11 

M tiller, F. M. Chips from a German workshop v. 3 of 1929.23 

Bunsen, Frances, baroness von, b. 1791, d. 1876. Memoirs of baron Bun- 
sen, drawn chiefly from family papers. Second edition, abridged 
and corrected [Portraits and illustrations.] Phila., 1869. 2 v - I2 ° 756-n 
Hare, A. J. C. Life and letters of baroness Bunsen. 1880. .... 732.15 
Bunyan, Rev, John, English author, b. 1628, d. 1688. The pilgrim's progress. 
With original notes by T. Scott. Including the poetry hitherto 
omitted. [Illustrations by T. Stothard.] London, 1875. 8° *'624.i4 
Same. With a memoir, and Macaulay's essay. Illustrated. Bos- 
ton, 1880. 12 912.24 

Cheever, G. B. Lectures on the Pilgrim's progress, and on the life and 

times of Bunyan. 1847 1629.43 

Froude, J. A. Bunyan. [A biography.] 1880 71 3.1 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 2 of 1915.13 

Southey, R. Lives of Cromwell and Bunyan. 1861 721.10 

Wbittier, J. G. Old portraits and modern sketches v. 1 of 1 131. 11 

Buonaccorso, Pietro, called Perino del Vaga, Italian painter, b. 1 500, d. 1 547. 

See Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . v. 4 of 714.18 
BUONAROTTI, Michel Angelo, Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet, 
b. 1474, d. 1563. Alison, Sir A. Homer, Dante,, and Michael 

Angelo. [An essay.] 191 9-45 

Black, C. C. Michael Angelo Buonarroti, sculptor, painter, architect : 

the story of his life and labours. 1875 +619.28 

Cllmerjt, C. Michelangelo. [With a list of his principal works.] 1S80. 712.2S 

Duppa, R. Life and works of Michael Angelo. 1876 757. 10 

Fairholt, F. W. Homes, haunts, and works of Rubens, etc. 1S71. . 619.19 

Foa, E. Boy artists. 1868 147.3 

Grimm, H. Life of Michael Angelo. 1879 757.19 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874 714-27 

Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714.12 

Pater, W. H. The renaissance : studies in art and poetry. 1877. . . 614.5 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors v. 2 of +619.40 

Sweetser, M. F. Artist-biographies. Michael Angelo. 1879. . . . 712.10 
Symonds, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. [Life of Michael Angelo, with 

a review of his sonnets.] v. 3 of 614.12 

U rbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art 1870 7*4- 2 4 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 5 of 714.18 

Note. Consult Lanzi's History of painting, vol. x, Kugler*s Italian schools, 
vol. a, Roscoe's Leo x, Jarvcs's Art studies, Oliphant's Makers of Flor- 
ence, chap. 15, and Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe. See also 
references under Art, Painting, and Sculpture. 

Burckhardt, Jacob. The cicerone : art guide to painting in Italy. Trans- 
lated from the German by Mrs. A. H. Clough. London, 1873. 16 . 612.6 

Burckhardt, Johann Ludwig, Swiss traveller, b. 1784, d. 18 17. See Jar- 
dine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library v. 40 of 522.5 



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BURCKHARDT, Johann Ludwig, continued. 

Taylor, B. Travels in Arabia, [i 503-1863.] 244.8 

Burdette, Robert J. William Penn (1644-1718). New York, 1882. 16 . 

[Lives of American worthies.] 771.12 

Burgh, N. P. Treatise on boilers and boiler-making. With plates. Lon- 
don, 1873. 4 6594 

Treatise on the condensation of steam. Illustrated. London, 187 1. 4 677.56 
Burgoyne, Sir John, English general and dramatist, d. 1792. The maid of 

the Oaks : a farce. [Modern British drama.] v. 5 of 1859.9 

Eelking, M. von. Memoirs, letters, and journals of Gen. Riedesel. 

[Containing a history of Burgoyne's campaign.] 75& 2 3 

Note. See Lossing*s Field-book of the revolution, vol. x, and Bancroft's 
United States, vol. 9. 

Burials and burial rites. Bigelow, J. Burial of the dead and Mount 

Auburn cemetery. [An address.] 663.19 

Lacroix, P. Military and religious life in the middle ages. [Burials and 

funeral ceremonies.] *6i7-i3 

Savage, M. J. Ministers' handbook: for christenings, weddings, and 

funerals. 1880. 1662.5 

See also Archaeology, Catacombs, Man. 

Buried alive ; or, ten years of penal servitude in Siberia. Dostoyeffsky, F. 951.19 

Buried cities of Campania. Adams, W. H. D 31 5.1 

Burke, Charles Saint Thomas, American actor, b. 1822, d. 1854. Rip Van 

Winkle. [French's Standard drama.] v. 22-23 °* x ^57-3 

Winter, W. The Jeffersons. 1881 77'\$6 

Burke, Edmund, Irish statesman and orator, b. 1730, d. 1797. Works. 

Fifth edition. [With portrait.] Boston, 1877. 12 v. 12° . . . 1 127.9 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Advertisement to the reader; A vindication of natural society; 
Philosophical inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sub- 
lime and beautiful, with an introductory discourse concerning 
taste; A short account of a late short administration; Observa- 
tions on a late publication intituled " The present state of the 
nation; " Thoughts on the cause of the present discontents. 
II. Speech on American taxation, 1774; Speeches at Bristol, 1774; 
Speech on moving resolutions for conciliation with America, 
1775 ; Letter to the sheriffs of Bristol on the affairs of America, 
1777; Two letters on the bills depending in parliament relative 
to the trade of Ireland, 1778: Speech on a plan for the better 
security of the independence of parliament, and the economical 
reformation of the civil and other establishments, 1780; Speeches 
at Bristol previous to the election, and on declining the poll, 
1783; Speech on Mr. Fox's East India bill, 1783; A representa- 
tion to his majesty moved in the house of commons, 1784. 
HI. Speech on the nabob of Arcot's debts, 1785 ; Substance of speech 
on the army estimates, 1790; Reflections on the revolution in' 
France. 
IV. Letter to a member of the national assembly in answer to some 
objections to his book on French affairs ; Appeal from the new 
to the old whigs; Letter to a peer of Ireland on the penal laws 
against Irish catholics; Letter to Sir Hercules Langnshe on the 
subject of the Roman catholics of Ireland ; Hints for a memorial 
to be delivered to monsieur de M. M.; Thoughts on French 
affairs: Heads for consideration on the present state of affairs; 
Remarks on the policy of the allies with respect to France. 
V. Observations on the conduct of the minority, 1793; Preface to the 
address of M. Brissot to his constituents; Letter to W. Elliot, 
esq., occasioned by a speech made in the debate concerning lord 
Fitzwilliam, 179s; Thoughts and details on scarcity; Letter to 
a noble lord on the attacks made upon Mr. Burke and his pen- 
sion, 1796; Three letters to a member of parliament on the pro- 
posals for peace with the regicide directory of France. 



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Burke, Edmund. Works, continued. 

Vol. VI. Preface to the second posthumous volume; Fourth letter on the 
proposals for peace with the regicide directory of France; Let- 
ter to the empress of Russia, 1791 ; Letter to Sir Charles Bing- 
ham on the Irish absentee tax, 1773; Letter to Charles James 
Fox on the American war, 1777; Letter to the marquis of 
Rockingham, with addresses to the king and the British colo- 
nists in North America, in relation to the measures of govern- 
ment in the American contest, and a proposed secession of the 
opposition from parliament, 1777; Letter in relation to a bill 
for the relief of the Roman catholics in Ireland, 1778; Two 
letters in vindication of his parliamentary conduct relative to 
the affairs of Ireland, 1780; Letters and reflections on the 
executions of the rioters, 1780; Letter to Henry Dundas, with 
the sketch of a negro code, 179a; Letter on the subject of par- 
liamentary reform, 1780; Fragments of a tract relative to the 
laws against popery in Ireland ; Letter on the subject of catholic 
emancipation, 1795; Second letter to Sir Hercules Langmhe 
on the catholic question, 1795; Letter to R. Burke on protes- 
tant ascendency in Ireland, 1793; Letter on the affairs of 
Ireland, 1797. 
VII. Fragments and notes of speeches in parliament, 1771-92: Hints 
for an essay on the drama; An essay towards an abridgment 
of the English history. 
VIII. Ninth report of the select committee on the affairs of India, 1783 ; 
Eleventh report on the affairs of India, 1783 ; Articles of charge 
of high crimes and misdemeanors against Warren Hastings, 
late governor-general of Bengal, i-vi. 
IX-XII. Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors against 
Warren Hastings, vn-xxu; Speeches in the impeachment of 
Warren Hastings. 

Brougham, H.,lord. Statesmen of the time of George in and iv. v. 3 of n 27.5 

Edgar, J. G. Footprints of famous men. 1878 147.8 

Hazlitt, W. On the character of Burke. [An essay.] 1914.27 

Maurice, F. D. Edmund Burke. [A lecture.] 1918.25 

Morley, J. Burke. [A biography.] 1879 7 I 3- 2 

Murray, J. O'K., ed. The prose and poetry of Ireland. 1879. • • • 18 19.9 

Prior, Sir J. Life of Edmund Burke. 1878 724.5 

Rogers, S. Recollections. 1859 19 14.8 

Not*. See Stephen's English thought, vol. a, Leclcy's England, vol. 3, the 
biographies of Pitt, Fox, and Hastings, Morley 's article in the Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica, vol. 4, and AUibone's Dictionary. 

Burke, Robert O'Hara, Australian explorer, b. 1821, d. 1861. See Adams, 

W. H. D. Records of noble lives, , 71 1.17 

Burke, Thomas N., O. P. % b. 1830. See Murray, J. O'K., ed. The prose 

and poetry of Ireland , . , , 1819.9 

Burleigh, or Burghley, Lord. See Cecil, William, 

Burlingame, Edward L., editor. Current discussion: a collection from 

the chief English essays on questions of the time. N. Y., 1878. 2 v. 8° 1918.33 

Contents. 

Vol. I. International politics: The Russians, the Turks, and the Bulga- 
rians, by A. Forbes; Turkey, by viscount Stratford de Red- 
cliffe; Montenegro, by W. E. Gladstone; The political destiny 
of Canada, by G. Smith: Prussia in the nineteenth century, by 
J. S. Blackie; The future of Egypt, by E. Dicey; The slave 
owner and the Turk, by G. Smith; Stability of the British 
empire in India, by S. J . Owen : Relation of the English people 
to the Russo-Turkish war, by E. A. Freeman. 
II. Questions of belief: The soul and future life, by F. Harrison; 
A modern symposium, the soul and future life, by R. H. Hut- 
ton, T. H. Huxley, and others; The influence upon morality 
of a decline in religious belief, a modern symposium, by Sir J. 
Stephen, J. Martineau, and others; The course of modern 
thought, by G. H. Lewes ; The condition and prospects of the 
church of England, by T. Hughes; Is life worth living, by W. 
H. Mallock. 



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Burlington, Mass, Sewall, S. History of Burlington. [1642-1879.] v* 1 of 878.26 

Burlington, Vt. Fletcher free library. Catalogue. [By Harriet H. Ames.] 

Burlington, 1877. 8° R.L. 

Hemenway, A. M. Vermont historical gazetteer. [History of Burling- 
ton.] v. 1 of 875.27 

Burmann, Peter, German philologist, b. 1668, </. 1741. See Johnson, S. 

Lives of eminent persons. v. 2 of 1 122.17 

Burn, Robert Scott Building construction : brickwork and masonry. New 

York, 1876. 2 v. 12 and 4 . [Putnam's advanced science series.] . 678.7 

Burnaby, Frederick. On horseback through Asia Minor. Portrait and 

maps. Seventh edition. London, 1878. 12 243-3 

A ride to Khiva. [1875-76.] New York, n. d. 12 2434 

Burnand, Francis Cowley. Happy thoughts. Boston, 1878. Sq. 16 . . 1947-8 
More happy thoughts ; [also] Our yacht. London, N. D. 16 . . . 1947.9 

To Buddlecombe and back. Boston, 1876. 18 1946.8 

Purnell, T. The dramatists of the present day. 187 1 1869.16 

Burnap, George W. Life of Leonard Calvert [Sparks, J., ed. Library 

of American biography.] v. 9 of 763.5 

Burnel, Robert, lord chancellor 0/ England, d. 1 292. See Campbell, J., lord. 

Lives of the lord chancellors v. 1 of 715.10 

Burnes, Sir Alexander, Scotch orientalist and traveller, 6. 1805, d. 1841. See 

Kaye, J. W. Lives of Indian officers. v. 2 of 7 16.21 

Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury, b. 1643, <*• l 7 1 S- History of the refor- 
mation of the church of England. New edition. Oxford, 1S16. 

4 v. in 6 parts. 4 1659 7 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 7 of 71S.9 

Burn Err, Charles H., M.D. Hearing and how to keep it. [Illustrated.] 

Philadelphia, 1879. 18 . [Keen, W. W., ed. American health primers.] 641.13 

Burnett, Frances Hodgson. Dolly: a love story. Philadelphia, n. i>. 12 964.38 

A fair barbarian. Boston, 188 1. 16 964.22 

Haworth's. [Illustrated.] New York, 1879. 12 9&4-39 

Kathleen mavourneen. New York, 1878. 16 964.10 

Lindsay's luck. New York, [cop. 1878.] 16 964-13 

Louisiana. New York, 1880. 12 . 964.40 

Miss Crespigny. New York, N. D. 16° 964.11 

Pretty Polly Pemberton. New York, 1878. 16 964.9 

Surly Tim and other stories. New York, 1877. 16 964.19 

Contents. Surly Tim; "Le monsieur de la petite dame;" Smethurstses; 
One day at Arle; Esmeralda; Mere Gtraud's little daughter; Lodusky; 
"Seih/ 

That lass o' Lowrie's. [Illustrated.] New York, N. D. 12 . . . . 964.37 

Theo. New York, n.d. 16 . . 964.12 

Burnett, James, lord Monboddo, Scotch judge and philosopher, b. 1714, </. 

1799. $* e McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy *7'3«25 

Burney, Frances. See Arblay, Frances d\ 

Burnham, Clara Louise. " No gentlemen." Chicago, 1881. 12 . . . 964.31 

Burns, George Stewart, D. D. Teutonic and Scandinavian religion. [Faiths 

of the world. St. Giles' lectures.] 1666 10 

Burns, Robert, Scotch poet, b. 1759, d. 1796. Poetical works. With a mem- 
oir [and portrait]. Boston, 1879. 3 v. in 1. 12 1 81 5.4 



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Burns, Robert, continued. 

Tarn O'Shanter. [Johnson, E. R. f ed. Little classics.] . . . . v. 7 of 968.29 

Brooke, S. A. Theology in the English poets. 1875 I 9 2 5-4° 

Carlyle, T. Critical and miscellaneous essays, v. 7 of 1126.1 ; v. 1 of 191 5. 17 

Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history v. 12 of 11 26.1 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876. 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7M-3° 

Lockhart, J. G. Life of Burns. With notes on the death of his widow. 727.3 
Shairp, J. C. Robert Burns. [A biography.] 1879 7 , 3-3 

Scottish song and Burns. [A lecture.] 1926.31 

Stevenson, R. L. Familiar studies of men and books. 1882. . . .1918.26 
Wilson, J. Genius and character of Burns. 1861 727.34 

Note. Consult Taine's English literature, vol. a, Wilson's Poets of Scotland, 
vol. 1, Ward's English poets, vol. 3, and Oliphant's Literary history, vol. 
1. The article in the Encyclopaedia Britanmca is by Prof. Nichol. 

Burnside, Ambrose Everts, American general and statesman, b. 1824, d. 

1881. Palfrey, F. W. The Antietam and Fredericksburg. 1882. 869.5 
Poore, B. P. Life and public services of A. E. Burnside. 1882. . . 775.34 
Burr, Aaron, jd vice-president of the United States, b. 1756, d. 1836. Davis, 
M. L. Memoirs of Aaron Burr. With selections from his corre- 
spondence. 1869. 767.22 

Parton, J. Life and times of Aaron Burr. 1877 767.10 

People's book of biography. [1868.] 7 I 9* I 7 

Burr, Enoch F. Ad fidem; or, parish evidences of the Bible. Fourth 

edition. Boston, 1876. 12 1614.22 

Ecce caelum ; or, parish astronomy. Nineteenth edition. Boston, 

[1867.] '2° 421.24 

Pater mundi. Boston, 1870-73. 2 v. 12 1613.9 

Toward the strait gate. Boston, 1875. 12 1629.34 

Burr, Fearing, y>. The field and garden vegetables of America. Illustrated. 

Boston, 1865. 12 665.4 

Burr, Theodosia. See Alston, Theodosia Burr. 

Burritt, Elihu, "the learned blacksmith" American reformer, b. 18 10, d. 
1879. A walk from London to John O'Groat's. With photographic 

portraits. London, 1864. 8° 224.18 

Northend, C, ed. Elihu Burritt ; a memorial volume, with selections 

from his writings. [1879.]. • 779* 1 * 

Burroughs, John. Birds and poets, with other papers. N.Y., 1878. 1 6° 1946.20 

Locusts and wild honey. Boston, 1879. 16 -. 1946.21 

Pepacton. Boston, 1881. 16 1946.23 

Wake-robin. Second edition, enlarged and illustrated. Bost., 1880. 1 6° 1946.19 

Winter sunshine. Boston, 1879. 16 1946.22 

Burrows, William, American naval officer, b. 1785, d. 18 13. See Irving, W. 

Biographical sketches v. 2 of 972.37 

Burt, Thomas, English liberal, b. 1837. See Davidson, J. M. Eminent 

English liberals 7*5 *9 

Burton, John Hill, Scotch historian, b. 1809, d. 1881. The book-hunter. 

With a memorial. Philadelphia, 188 1. 12 1024.8 

History of Scotland, [a. d. 80-174S.] Second edition. New York, 

1875. & v * an d Index. 12° 821.13 



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Burton, Richard Francis. Explorations of the highlands of the Brazil; 
with a full account of the gold and diamond mines. London, 1869. 

2 v. 8° 337.3S 

The lake regions of central Africa. [Map and illustrations.] New 

York, i860. 8° 325.28 

Personal narrative of a pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. [1852-53.] 

Leipsic, 1874. 3 v. in 2. 1 6° 244.3 

Burton, Robert, English philosopher and humorist ', b. 1576, d. 1640. The 

anatomy of melancholy. New edition. New York, 1875. 3 V. 12 . 1913.21 
Burton, Warren. The district school as it was, and other writings. Bos- 
ton, 1852. 12 1763.22 

Burton, William E., editor. Cyclopaedia of wit and humor. With portraits 

and engravings. New York, 1881. L. 8° *i035-25 

Burty, Philippe. Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. Illustrated. Edited 

by W. Chaffers. New York, 1869. 8° 625.35 

Contents. Pottery and porcelain; Glass; Enamels; Bronte and iron; Jew- 
ellery and plate; Tapestry and carpets. 

Bury, Richard de, bishop of Durham, English lord chancellor, b. 1287, &> 

1345. See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors. . . v. 1 of 715.10 

Burying the hatchet. [A story for boys.] Kellogg, E 124.18 

Busch, Moritz. Bismarck in the Franco-German war, 1870-71. From the 

German. New York. [1879.] 2 v. 8° 756.15 

Bush, Annie Forbes. Memoirs of the queens of France : with notices of 

the royal favourites. [Portraits.] London, 1843. 2 v. 8° ... . 737.27 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Queens of the Merovingian race; The Carlovingian race; Hie 
Capetian race; Branch of Valois: Jane of Burgundy and 
Blanche of Navarre, queens of Philip vi ; Jane of Auvergne, 
queen of John; Jane of Bourbon, queen of Charles v; Isabella 
of Bavaria, queen of Charles vi; Mary of Anjou, queen of 
Charles vu ; Charlotte of Savoy, queen of Louis xi ; Anne of 
France, regent, reign of Charles vin; Anne of Brittany, queen 
of Charles vui; Jane of France, Anne of Brittany, and Mary 
of England, queens of Louis xu; Louisa of Savoy, regent, 
reign of Francis 1 ; Claude of France and Eleonor of Austria, 
queens of Francis 1; Catherine de Medicis, queen of Henry 11; 
Mary Stuart, queen of Francis 11; Elizabeth of Austria, queen 
of Charles ix ; Louisa of Lorraine, queen of Henry ill. 
IL Branch of Bourbon: Margaret de Valois and Mary de Medicis, 
queens of Henry iv; Anne of Austria, queen of Louis xiii: 
Maria Theresa, queen of Louis xiv; Marie Leckzinsky, queen 
of Louis xv ; Marie Antoinette, queen of Louis xvi; Imperial 
dynasty : Josephine and Marie Louise, empresses of Napoleon 1. 

Bush, Richard J. Reindeer, dogs, and snow-shoes : Siberian travel and 

explorations, 1865-67. With illustrations. New York, 187 1. 8° . . 242.8 

Bush-boys, The: adventures in southern Africa. Reid, M 126.21 

Bush wanderings of a naturalist Wheelwright, H. W 444*3 

Bushe, Sir Charles K., Irish judge, b. 1767, d. 1843. Brougham, H., lord. 

Statesmen of the time of George in and iv v. 4 of 1x27.5 

Sheil, R. L. Sketches of the Irish bar v. 1 of 719.5 

Bushnan, J. S. Fishes : their structure and economical uses. [Jardine, 

Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library.] v. 35 of 522.5 

Bushnell, Horace, American divine, b. 1802, d. 1876. God in Christ : three 

discourses. With a dissertation on language. New York, 1877. 12 . 1647.22 



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Bush nell, Horace, continued. 

Literary varieties. New York, 1881. 3 v. 12° T 937>31 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Work and play [and other papers] : The true wealth of nations; 
The growth of law; The founders great in their unconscious- 
ness; Historical estimate of Connecticut; Barbarism the first 
danger; Life, or the lives; City plans; The doctrine of loyalty; 
The age of homespun; The day of roads; Religious music. 
II. Moral uses of dark things: Night and sleep; Want and waste: 
Bad government; Oblivion; Physical pain; Physical danger; 
Conditions of solidarity; Non-intercourse between worlds; 
Winter; Things unsightly and disgustful; Plague and pesti- 
lence; Insanity; Animal infestations; Distinctions of color; 
Of the mutabilities of life; The sea. 
III. Building eras in religion; The new education; Common schools; 
The Christian trinity : Spiritual economy of revivals of religion ; 
Pulpit talent; Training for the pulpit man ward; Our gospel, 
a gift to the imagination; Popular government by divine right; 
Our obligations to the dead ; Letter to his holiness pope Grego- 
ry xvi ; Christian comprehensiveness. 

Nature and the supernatural. New York, 1877. 12 1627.18 

Sermons for the new life. Revised edition. New York, 1876. 12 . 1647.23 

Sermons on living subjects. New York, 1877. I2 ° 1647.11 

Women's suffrage. New York, 187 1. 12° 1758.24 

Bartol, C. A. Principles and portraits. 1S80 1937.12 

Cheney, M. B. Life and letters of Horace Bushnell. 1S80 778.36 

Business. Carr, F. Business. 1873 674.9 

De Foe, D. Complete English tradesman 1122.25 

Egg] est on, G. C. How to make a living. 1875 674.5 

Freedley, £. T. A practical treatise on business. 1853. • • • • * 674.21 
McCabe, J. D. Encyclopaedia of business and social forms. [1879.] • &• L- 
Parsons, T. Laws of business for all the states of the union and the 

Dominion of Canada. 1880. 1767.23 

Note. See chapters on business in Adams's Secret of success, Arnold's Turn- 
ing-points, Hanoi's Principles and portraits, and Mathews's Getting on 
in the world. 

Busk, Rachel Hans. Roman legends. Boston, 1877. 8° 1665.19 

Busybody, The : a comedy. Centlivre, Susannah v. 4 of 1859.9 

Butcher, S. H. Demosthenes. New York, 1882. 16 . [Green, J. R., ed. 

Classical writers.] l %SS-7 

Bute, Earl of. See Stuart, John. 

Butler, Benjamin F., American lawyer and general \ b. x8i8. Par ton, J. 

Gen. Butler in New Orleans, 1862 868.27 

Butler, Frances Anne Kemble. See Kemble, Frances Anne. 

Butler, James, 1st duke of Ormond, b. 1610, d. 1688. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 6 of 718.9 

Butler, James, 2d duke of Ormond, b. 1665, d. 1745. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 7 of 718.9 

Butler, Joseph, bishop of Durham, b. 1692, d. 1752. The analogy of religion 
to the constitution and course of nature. [Also] Dissertations. 

Twenty-first edition. Philadelphia, 1879. 12 161 1. 12 

Bain, A. Moral science. [The ethical systems.] 1716.29 

Collins, W. L. Butler. [A biography.] 1881 741-3 

Stephen, L. History of English thought v. 1 of 1712.13 

Butler, Samuel, English poet, b. 161 2, d. 1680. Poetical works. [With a 

memoir by J. Mitford.] Boston, 1879. 2 v. in 1. 12 x 8i5-5 



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Butler, Samuel, continued. 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1S76 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7*4-30 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. • . v. 1 of 714.37; v. 1 of 11 22. 17 

Butler, Thomas B. Philosophy of the weather. New York, 1856. 12 . 429.9 

Butler, William, D.D. The land of the Veda: personal reminiscences 
of India. With incidents of the Sepoy rebellion. Map and illustra- 
tions. Ninth edition. New York, n. d. Sq. 8° 247.12 

Butler, William Allen. Poems. Boston, 187 1. 12 1839.6 

Contents. Virginia's virgin ; Poems of travel; Nothing to wear; The sexton 
and the thermometer; Broadway: Two millions: General average; Mis- 
cellaneous poems; Uhland; Translations from Uhland; Two cities. 

Butler, William F. The great lone land: travel in the north-west of 

America. Fifth edition. Illustrations and map. Lond., 1873. I2 °* 328.20 
The wild north land : journey across northern North America. Fourth 

edition. Illustrations and map. Philadelphia, 1874. 12 . . . 328.19 
Butler county, Ohio. McBride, J. Early settlers of Butler county. . . 872.32 
MacLean, J. P. The mound builders ; with an investigation into the _ 

archaeology of Butler county. 1879 434- I2 

Butt, Beatrice May. Delicia. N.Y., 1879. 16 . [Leisure hour series.] . 969*3 

Eugenie. New York, 1877. 16 . [Leisure hour series.] 969.4 

Miss Molly. New York, 1876. 16 . [Leisure hour series.] .... 969.5 
Butt, Isaac. The Irish people and the Irish land. Dublin, 1867. 8° . . 1757-33 
Butter and cheese. Evans, M. Butter and cheese. 1876.. . . .v. 12 of 673.5 

Flint, C. L. Milch cows and dairy farming, i860 664.32 

Waring, G. E.,/r. Book of the farm. [1877.] 664.24 

Butterflies. Duncan, J. British butterflies v. 29 of 522.5 

Foreign butterflies v. 31 of 522.5 

Scudder, S. H. Butterflies ; their structure, changes, and life-histories, 

with special reference to American forms. 188 1 4474 

Wood, W. Index entomologicus ; catalogue of the lepidopterous in- 
sects of Great Britain. 1854. 629.10 

See also Insects, Natural history. 

Butterfly hunters, The. Conant, Helen S 1 38.33 

Butterworth, Henry. See Curwen, H. History of booksellers. . . . 719.7 
Butterworth, Hezekiah. Young folks' history of America. Illustrated. 

Boston, 1 88 1. 12 128.12 

Zigzag journeys in classic lands. [With illustrations.] Boston, 1881. 

Sq. 8° 126.40 

Zigzag journeys in Europe. [With illustrations.] Boston, 188 1. Sq. 8°. 126.41 
Zigzag journeys in the Orient. Illustrated. Boston, 188 1. Sq. 8°. . 126.42 
Buttons. Aitken, W. C. Guns, nails, locks, buttons, etc . . . . v. 3 of 673.5 
Buxton, Charles. Limitations to severity in war. [Cambridge essays, 

1855.] v. 1 of 1917.23 

Questions raised by the mutiny [in India]. [Cambridge essays, 1857.] 

v. 3 of 1917.23 
BUXTON, Sir Thomas Fowell, English philanthropist, b. 1786, d. 1845. $ €e 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147.7 

By still waters. Mayo, Isabella F 937.5 



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By the Tiber. [A novel.] Tincker, Mary A 969.59 

Bynner, Edwin Lassetter. Damen's ghost. Boston, 1881. 16 . [Round- 
robin series.] 978.42 

Nimport A novel. Boston, 1878. X2° 977-12 

Topography and landmarks of the colonial, and of the provincial period. 

J Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] .... v. 1-2 of 878.20 

Tritons. A novel. Boston, 1878. 12° 977. 13 

Bysne, Oliver. Elements of practical mechanics, designed for engineering 

students. Third edition [illustrated]. London, 1879. ,2 ° • • * 677.25 
The practical metal-worker's assistant. New and revised edition, with 

additions. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1864. 8° 675.35 

Same. New, revised, and improved edition. [Also] Manufacture 
of Russian sheet iron, by J. Percy; Manufacture of malleable 
iron castings and improvements in Bessemer steel, by A. A. 
Fesquet. With engravings. Philadelphia, 1880. 8° . . . 67541 
Byrne, William. The Roman Catholic church. [Winsor, J., ed. Memo- 
rial history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

Byron, Anna Isabella Millbanke, lady, b. 1792, d. i860. See Martineau, H. 

Biographical sketches 7 l &- l 3 

Byron, George Gordon Noel, lord, English poet, b. 1788, d. 1824. Poetical 

works. With a memoir [and portrait]. Bost, 1879. 10 v. in 5. 12° 181 5.6 

Content*. 

VoL I. Life, by T. H. Lister; Hours of idleness: Occasional pieces, 
1807-24; English bards and Scotch reviewers; Hints from 
Horace; The curse of Minerva; The waltz; Ode to Napoleon 
Bonaparte; Hebrew melodies; Domestic pieces; Monody on 
the death of Sheridan; The dream; The lament of Tasso; Ode 
on Venice. 
II. Beppo; The prophecy of Dante; Francesca of Rimini; The 
M organ te Maggiore of Pulci; The blues: The vision of judg- 
ment; The age of bronze; Childe Harold's pilgrimage. 

III. The giaour; The bride of Abydos; The corsair; Lara; The siege 

of Corinth ; Parisina ; The prisoner of Chillon ; Mazeppa ; The 
island; Manfred; Marino Faliero^ an historical tragedy. 

IV. Sardanapalus, a tragedy; The two r oscari, an historical tragedy; 

Cain, a mystery; Heaven and earth, a mystery; The deformed 
transformed, a drama; Werner, a tragedy. 
V. Don Juan. 

The prisoner of Chillon. [Johnson, £. R., ed. Little classics.] . v. 7 of 968.29 
Sardanapalus : a tragedy. [French's Standard drama.] • . . v. 13 of 1857.3 

Werner : a tragedy. [French's Standard drama.] v. 9 of 1857.3 

Castelar y Rissoll, £. Life of lord Byron. 1876. 7 2 7- I 9 

Elze, K. Lord Byron : a biography. With a critical essay on his place 

in literature. 1872 728.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Irving, W. Newstead abbey. [Account of the home of Byron.] . . 972.19 
Jebb, R. C. Modern Greece. With a paper on Byron. 1880. • . . 236.17 
Legarl, H. S. Lord Byron's character and writings. [Two reviews.] v. 2 of 1 136.6 
Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays, v. 2 of 191 5.13 
Moore, T. Letters and journals of Byron ; with notices of his life. 1855. 728.25 

Morley, J. Critical miscellanies. 1878 v. x of 1926.32 

Nadal, £. S. Byron. [An essay.] 1938.27 

Nichol, J. Byron. [A biography.] 1880 7*3-4 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7 19.17 

Scott, Sir W. Biography of lord Byron. v. 4 of 1123.7 



I48 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Byron, George Gordon Noel, lord, continued. 

Trelawny, E. J. Last days of Shelley and Byron. 1858. ..... 728.10 

Whipple, E. P. Essays and reviews. 1878 v. 1 of 193&8 




c 

Cabanis, Pierre Jean George, French philosopher and author, b. 1757, d. 1808. 

See Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy 17 12.19 

Cabinet-making. See Furniture. 

Cable, George W. The Grandissimes : story of Creole life. N.Y., 1880. 12 977.28 

Madame Delphine. [A novel.] New York, 1881. 12 97&55 

Old Creole days. [A novel.] New York, [cop. 1879.] I2 ° - • • - 978.56 

Cabot, Sebastian, or Sebastiano Gabotto, maritime discoverer, b. 1477 ? d, 

1557. Hayward, C.,/r. Life of Sebastian Cabot. .... v. 9 of 762.5 

Higginson, T. W. A book of American explorers. 1879 1289 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 

Cadell, H. M. Ida Craven. New York, 1876. 16 [Leisure hour series.] 9698 

Cadell, Robert. See Curwen, H. History of booksellers 719.7 

Caernarvon, Earl of. See Dormer, Robert. 

CiCSAR, Caius Julius, Roman dictator, general, historian, orator, and poet, b. 
B. C. 100, d. 44. Commentaries on the Gallic and civil wars: with 
the supplementary books attributed to Hirtius, including the Alex- 
andrian, African, and Spanish wars. Translated, with notes. 

[Portrait.] London, 1879. I2 ° 1847. 1 1 

Abbott, J. History of Julius Caesar 143.7 

Bacon, F., lord Verulam. Character of Julius Caesar. . . . v. 12 of 1121.5 

De Quincey, T. The Caesars. [An essay.] v. 7 of 1125.13 

Froude, J. A. Caesar : a sketch. 1880. 743-2 

Short studies on great subjects v. 3 of 191 5.16 

Lucanus. Pharsalia. [Poem on the war between Caesar and Pompey.] 1846.14 

Merivale, C. The Roman triumvirates. [B.C. 78-60.] 861.45 

Napoleon III. History of Julius Caesar, [b. c. 100-50.] 818.5 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719*17 

Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 4 of 743.28 

Schlegel, K. W. F. von. Historical essay on Caesar and Alexander. . 811.23 
Suetonius Tranquillus, C. Lives of the twelve Caesars. 1855. . . . 1847.3 
Troll ope, A. The commentaries of Caesar. 1879 1855.16 

Note. See Merivale' s Romans under the empire, vol. i-a, Mommsen's Rome, 
vol. 4, and Smith's Greek and Roman biography, vol. x. See also 
Shakespeare's tragedy of " Julius Cassar." 

CiESARS, The. De Quincey, T. The Caesars v. 7 of 1 125.13 

Freeman, E. A. The Flavian Caesars. • v. 2 of 1917.26 

Merivale, C. History of the Romans under the empire. 1880. . . . 818.9 

Suetonius Tranquillus, C. Lives of the twelve Caesars 1847.3 

Caged lion, The. [James 1 of Scotland.] Yonge, Charlotte M 933« 1 ^ 

Cagliari, Paolo, called Paolo Veronese, Italian painter, b. 1530,1/. 1588. 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874. .... 714.27 



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Cagliari, Paolo, continued. 

Kcddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714.12 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art 1870 7 14.24 

Note. See Lanzi's History of painting, vol. 2, Kuglcr's Italian schools, vol. a, 
and Symonds's Renaissance, vol. 3. 

Cagliostro, Conte di. See Balsamo. 

Cain: a mystery. Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 4 of 18 15.6 

Caird, John, Scotch divine, b. 1823. Corporate immortality; Union with 

God. [Scotch sermons.] 1649*37 

Introduction to the philosophy of religion. New York, 1880. 8° . . 1613.23 
Religions of India : Brahmanism and Buddhism. [Faiths of the world.] 1666.10 
Boyd, A. K. H. Concerning a great Scotch preacher. [An essay.] . 1919.13 

Cairnes, John Elliot. John Stuart Mill. See Spencer, H., and others. 

Political essays. London, 1873. 8° I754* I 5 

Contents. Colonization and colonial government ; The revolution in America ; 
International law; Fragments on Ireland; Our defences; Thoughts on 
university reform; The present position of the Irish university question. 

The slave power. Second edition. New York, 1862. 8° 1748.37 

Cairns, Hugh McCalmont, earl Cairns, b. 1819. Higginson, T. W. Eng- 
lish statesmen. 1878 7<5*4 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 1 of 719*32 
Cairns, William, b. 1780, d. 1848. See McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. 1713.25 
Cairo. Edwards, M. B. Holiday letters from Athens, Cairo, etc 1873. . 236.19 

Martineau, H. Eastern life, present and past 1876. 238.14 

Note. For a full description of Cairo see Ebers's Egypt. See also references 
under Egypt and the Nile. 

Cai us Gracchus : a tragedy. Knowles, J. S v. 1 of 1868. 11 

Cakes and ale. Jerrold, D. W v. 2 of 1125.17 

Cakes and ale at Woodbine. Coffin, R. B 1947-29 

Calabrese, or Calavrese, II. See Cardisco. 

Calamities and quarrels of authors. Disraeli, 1 1117.17 

Calcraft, John William. The bride of Lammermoor. [French's Stan- 
dard drama.] v. 22-23 °* 1857.3 

Calculus. Todhunter, I. Treatise on the differential calculus. 1878. . 415*5 

Treatise on the integral calculus. 1878 41 5.4 

Caldara, Polidoro, called Caravaggio, Italian painter^ d. 1543. Jameson, 

A. M. Memoirs of early Italian painters 714*27 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 3 of 714.18 
Calderon de la Barca, Frances E. I. Life in Mexico. London, 1843. 8° 336* 21 
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro, Spanish dramatic poet t b. 1601, d. 1683. 

Hasell, E. J. Calderon. [A review of his life and writings.] .... 1924.9 

Note. Consult Ttcknor's Spanish literature, toI. 2, Longfellow's Poets and 

Eietry of Europe, and Sunonde de Sismondi's Literature of the south of 
urope, rol. a. 

Calderon the courtier. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton 917*2 

Caldor, M. T. Social charades and parlor operas. New York, 1873. 16 . 631.6 

Caleb Krinkle. A story of American life. Coffin, C. C 977.26 

Caleb Williams. [A novel.] Godwin, W 9 2 9-33 

Calendar. Brand, J. Observations on popular antiquities. 1877. • • • 1665.6 
Chambers, R. Book of days : popular antiquities in connection with 

the calendar. 1879 R. L. 



ISO CATALOGUE OF THE 



Calendar, continued. 

Timbs, J. A garland for the year. 1880. 521.8 

Calhoun, John Caldwell, American statesman, b. 1782, d. 1850. Works. 

Edited by R. K. Cralle\ New York, 1859-64. 6 v. 8°. . . . 1 136.3 

Content*. Vol. I. A disquisition on government: Discourse on the constitu- 
tion and government of the United States. II-IV. Speeches in congress, 
1812-50. V-VI. Reports and public letters, 1811-46. 

Hoist, H. von. John C. Calhoun. [A biography.] 1882 763.8 

March, C. W. Daniel Webster and his contemporaries. 1852. . . . 768.7 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879. I2 33* I 9 

Parton, J. Famous Americans of recent times. 1879. 764.5 

Note. See Webster's Great speeches, J. Q. Adams's Memoirs, and die biog- 
raphies of Jackson, Clay, Webster, and Adams. 

Calico-printing. Crookes, W. Practical handbook of dyeing and calico- 
printing. 1874 675.30 

California. Browne, J. R. Crusoe's island : with sketches of California. 342.11 

Resources of the Pacific slope. 1869 67914 

Chambers's papers for the people. California. v. 2 of 1232.15 

Codman, J. The round trip. [1878-79.] 335*3° 

Cone, M. Two years in California. 1876 334- 2 3 

Cronise, T. F. The natural wealth of California : with a description of 

each county. 1868 339-26 

Dall, C. H. My first holiday. 1881 335.21 

De Quincey, T. California [and the gold mania] v. 10 of 1 125.13 

Hittell, J. S. The resources of California. 1874 334-38 

Howe, J. W. Winter homes for invalids. 1875 64140 

Jackson, H. M. Bits of travel at home. 1878 3*9-3 

King, C. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada. [1866-73 ] • • • • 335- 2 3 
Kneeland, S. The wonders of the Yosemite valley, and of California. 

l**l*-\ 339-33 

Nordhoff, C. California : for health, pleasure, and residence. 1872. . 334.48 

Northern California. [1874.] 334*49 

Seward, G. F. Results of Chinese labor in California. 1881. . . . 1748.33 

Simpson, W. Meeting the sun. [1872-73.] 217.4 

Soule*, F., and others. Annals of San Francisco : history of California 

and of its great city. [1 541-1854.] 872.19 

Taylor, B. At home and abroad. [1859.] v. 2 of 329.17 

Eldorado. [1849-50.] 334-3 2 

Whitney, J. D. The Yosemite guide book. 1870 334-54 

Callanan, Jeremiah Joseph, Irish poet, b. 1795, ^ 1829. See Williams, A. 

M. Poets and poetry of Ireland 1819.5 

Callcott, Maria, lady. A short history of Spain, [b. c. 1180-A. D. 1823.] 

London, 1828. 2 v. 12 854.8 

Callis, F. Cutlery. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] 

v. 11 of 673.5 
Calthrop, Rev. Samuel R. The life eternal. [American Unitarian asso- 
ciation. Unitarian affirmations.] 1648.3 

Calverley, Charles Steuart. Flyleaves. With additions from "Verses 

and translations." New York, 1872. . 16 . [Leisure hour series.] . . 1826.5 



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Calvert, George H. Coleridge, Shelley, Goethe: biographic aesthetic 

studies. Boston, [cop. 1880.] 12 714-15 

Calvert, James. Fiji and the Fijians. See Williams, Thomas. 

Calvert, Leonard, 1st governor of Maryland, b. 1582, d. 1647. Burnap, 

G. W. Life of Leonard Calvert v. 9 of 763.5 

Calvin, Jean, Protestant reformer, b. 1509, d. 1564. Channing, W. E. The 

moral argument against Calvinism v. 1 of 1 131.27; 1 I 3 I -35 

Fisher, G. P. John Calvin and the Genevan reformation. [A lecture.] 1656.22 
Froude, J. A. Calvinism : an address. 187 1. . . . v. 2 of 191 5. 16; 1628.20 
Guizot, F. P. G. Great Christians of France : St Louis and Calvin. 1879. 737- 22 
Merle d'Aubigne, J. H. Reformation in Europe in the time of Calvin. 

1873-79- 1656.8 

Tulloch, J. Leaders of the reformation. 1859 7 XI -3^ 

Wylie, J. A. History of Protestantism v. 2 of 1659.3 

Cam Bio, Arnolfo del, or Arnolfo di Lapo, Italian sculptor and architect, d. 

1310. Oliphant, M. O. W. Makers of Florence. 1877 757.28 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors v. 1 of *6 19.40 

Scott, L. Ghiberti and Donatello, with other Italian sculptors. 1882. 712.42 
Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 

Cambridge, Duke of See George William Frederick Charles, duke of 
Cambridge, 

Cambridge, Ada. My guardian. Illustrated. New York, 1879. *6° • 934-*6 

Cambridge, Mass. Abbott, E. History of Cambridge. [1 631-1879.] v. 1 of 878.26 

Drake, S. A. Old landmarks of Middlesex. 1876 877.5 

Lowell, J. R. Cambridge thirty years ago 1936.14 

See alto Harvard university. 

Cambridge university, Cambridge, England. Cambridge essays, contrib- 
uted by members of the university. 1855-58. London, [1855-58.] 
4v. 8° i9 f 7-23 

Contents. 

VoL I. Life and genius of Moliere, by C. K. Watson; The English 
language in America, by C. A. B listed ; Notes on modern 
geography, by F. Galton; Limitations to severity in war, by 
C. Buxton; On the transmutation of matter, by G. D. Liveing; 
The relation of novels to life, by F. Stephen ; Future prospects 
of the British navy, by R. £. Hughes; Alfred Tennyson's 
poems, by G. Brimfey ; General education and classical studies, 
by W. G. Clark. 
II. Roman law and legal education, by Sir H. J. S. Maine; On Eng- 
lish ethnography, by I. W. Donaldson; Old studies and new, by 
J. Grote; Taste for the picturesque among the Greeks, by E. 
M. Cope; Apocryphal gospels, by C. J. Ellicott; The Protes- 
tant church and religious, liberty in France, by W. H. Wadding- 
ton; The fly-fisher and his library, by H. R. Francis; The text 
of Shakspeare, by C. Badham: Coleridge, by F. J. A. Hort. 

III. Characteristics of English criminal law, by F. Stephen; Agricul- 

ture in Britain at the present day, by A. Steuart; Telegraphic 
communication with India, by F. Gisborne; Porson, by H. R. 
Luard; Geology, by W. Hopkins; The questions raised by the 
mutiny, by C. Buxton. 

IV. Newspapers and their writers, by A. J. B. B. Hope; The national 

defences, by R. A. S. Adair; Sir Philip Sidney, by W. Stigant; 
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Camden, Ear/. See Pratt, Charles. 

Cameos from English history. Yonge, Charlotte, M 841.5 

Cameron, Verney Lovett Across Africa. Leipsic, 1877. 2 v. in 1. 16 322.2 

Camilla's husband : a drama. Phillips, W v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

Camille: a drama. Dumas, A., fils v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

Camillus, Marcus Furius, Roman dictator, d. B.C. 365. See Plutarchus. 

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Camoens, Luiz de, Portugese poet, b. 1524, d. 1579. The Lusiad; or, the 
discovery of India : an epic poem. Translated, with a life of the poet, 
by W. J. Mickle. Fifth edition, revised. London, 1877. 12 . . . 1829.20 

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vol. 2, and Schlegel's iEsthelic works. 

Camp, court, and siege. Hoffman, W 868.19 

Camp fires of the revolution. Watson, H. C 128.19 

Campaigning on the Oxus. MacGahan, J. A 243.10 

Campaigns of the civil war. Cist, H. M. The army of the Cumberland. 

New York, 1882. 12 869.7 

Cox, J. D. Atlanta. New York, 1882. 12 869.8 

Doubleday, A. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. New York, 1882. 12 869.6 
Force, M. F. From Fort Henry to Corinth. New York, 1881. 12 . 869.2 
Nicolay, J. G. The outbreak of rebellion. New York, 1881. 12 . . 869.1 
Palfrey, F. W. Antietam and Fredericksburg. New York, 1882. 12 869.5 
Ropes, J. C. The army under Pope. New York, 1881. 12 . . . . 8694 
Webb, A. S. The peninsula: McClellan's campaign of 1862. New 

York, 1881. 12 869.3 

Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette Genet. Memoirs of the court of Marie 
Antoinette. With a biographical introduction by M. de Lamartine 
[and a notice of the author by F. Barriere]. New edition. Philadel- 
phia, n. D. 2 v. in 1. 12 738.17 

Campbell, Alexander, Scotch philosopher, d. 1756. See McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy 1713-25 

Campbell, Archibald, 1st duke of Argyll, d. 1703. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 6 of 718.9 

Campbell, Archibald, qth earl of Argyll, d. 1685. See Lodge, E. Portraits 

of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 6 of 7x8.9 

Campbell, Archibald, marquis of Argyll, b. 1598, d. 1661. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 5 of 718.9 

Campbell, Colin, lord Clyde, British general, b. 1792, d. 1863. See Wilson, 

J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers 711.29 

Campbell, Dudley. Turks and Greeks. London, 1877. 12 236.22 

Campbell, George, D.D. The philosophy of rhetoric. New edition. 

Philadelphia, 1818. 8° 1234.27 

McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] 1713*25 

Campbell, Lord George. Log-letters from the " Challenger." [1872-76.] 

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United States. New York, 1879. 8 ° 3 2 9*39 

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Campbell, George Douglas Glassell, duke of Argyll, British statesman and 

author, b. 1823. Iona. Second edition. London, 1878. 12 . . 224.5 

Primeval man. London, 1869. 12 433-4 

The reign of law. Fifth edition. London, 1867. 8° 1613.14 

Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1S78 71 5.4 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. 1 of 7x9.32 
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Campbell, Helen. The easiest way in housekeeping. N. Y., 1881. 12 . 669.10 
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Campbell, John, LL.D. Lives of the British admirals, and naval history 

of Great Britain. Eighth edition, revised. Illustrated. Lond., 1873. I2 °- 716.8 
Campbell, John, lord, British statesman and author, b. 1779, d. 1861. Life : 
consisting of a selection from his autobiography, diary, and corre- 
spondence. Edited by his daughter, Mrs. Hardcastle. [With a 

portrait] London, 1881. 2 v. 8° 725.37 

Lives of lord Lyndhurst and lord Brougham. London, 1869. 8° . . 716.22 
Lives of the chief justices of England. From the Norman conquest 
till the death of lord Tenterden. Third edition. London, 1874. 
4v- 12° 7I5-9 

Contents. 

VoL. I. From the conquest to the dismissal of Sir Randolf Crewe. 
1066-1626. 
II. From the appointment of Sir Nicholas Hyde to the termination 
of lord Holt's contests with the two houses of parliament. 
1687-1705. 

III. From the termination of lord Holt's contests to the resignation 

of lord Mansfield. 1706-1788. 

IV. From the resignation of Mansfield to the death of lord Tenterden. 

1788-1833. 

Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England, 
from the earliest times till the reign of George iv. Fifth edition. 
London, 1868. 10 v. 12 7'5-io 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Origin, functions, and jurisdiction of the office of lord chancel- 
lor; Chancellors under the Anglo-Saxon kings; Chancellors 
from the conquest to the death of Wolsey. a. d. 605-1 530. 
II. Life of Sir Thomas More: Life of Sir Thomas Audley; Sir 
Thomas Wriothesley; Sir William Paulet; Richard lord Rich; 
Thomas Goodrich, bishop of Ely; Stephen Gardyner, bishop 
of Winchester; Nicholas Heath, archbishop of York; Sir 
Nicholas Bacon: Sir Thomas Bromley; Sir Christopher Hat- 
ton: Sir John Pickering; Thomas Egerton, lord Ellesmere. 

III. Francis Bacon, lord Verulam; John Williams, archbishop of 

York; Thomas Coventry, lord Coventry ; John lord Finch; 
Edward Littleton, baron of Mounslow; Sir Richard Lane; 
Lords keepers during the commonwealth and protectorate; 
Lords commissioners of the great seal from the death of Crom- 
well till the restoration ; Sir Edward Herbert. 

IV. Edward Hyde, earl of Clarendon; Sir Orlando Bridgeman; An- 

thony Ashley Cooper, earl of Shaftesbury; Heneage Finch, 
earl of Nottingham; Francis North, lord Guilford; George 
Jeffreys, lord Jeffreys. 
V. Lords commissioners of the great seal on the accession of William 
and Mary; Sir John Maynard; Sir John Trevor; John Somen, 
lord Somen; Sir Nathan Wright; William earl Cowper; Simon 
Harcourt, viscount Harcourt. 



154 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Campbell, John, lord. Lives of the lord chancellors, etc., continued. 

Vol. VI. Thomas Parker, earl of Macclesfield; Peter King, lord Kins;; 
Charles Talbot, baron Talbot; Philip Yorke, earl of Hard- 
wicke ; Robert Henley, earl of Northington; Charles Pratt, carl 
Camden. 
VII. Charles Pratt, earl Camden; Charles Yorke; Henry earl Bath- 
urst; Edward Thurlow, lord Thurlow; Alexander Wedderburn, 
lord Loughborough. 
VIII. Alexander Wedderbum, lord Loughborough; Thomas Erskine, 

lord Erskine. 
IX-X. Thomas Erskine, lord Erskine; John Scott, earl of Eldon. 

Martineau, H. Biographical sketches. 1877 718-13 

Campbell, John Douglas Sutherland, marquis of Lome, governor-general of 
Canada, 6. 1 84 5. Guido and Lita: a tale of the Riviera. With 
illustrations. New York, 1875. Sq.8° 182741 

International portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] v. 1 of 719.34 

Not*. See Taylor's Critical essays, and Wilson's Poets of Scotland, vol. a. 

Campbell, John F. Frost and fire : with sketches at home and abroad. 

[Illustrations.] Philadelphia, 1865. 2 v. 8° 426.28 

My circular notes. [With illustrations.] N. Y., [1875.] 2 v - m *• 8° 214.2 
Campbell, Lewis. Sophocles. New York, 1880. 16 . [Green, J. R., ed. 

Classical writers.] '855.3 

Campbell, Loomis J. A pronouncing biographical dictionary. See Web- 
ster, N. American dictionary of the English language. .... R.L. 
Pronouncing handbook of words often mispronounced. See Soule, R. 
Campbell, Thomas, Scotch poet and critic, b. 1777, d. 1844. Gertrude of 

Wyoming. See Stone, W. L. Poetry and history of Wyoming. . 874.9 
Life of Mrs. Siddons. [First edition. With portrait.] London, 1834. 

2 v. 8° . . % 736.19 

Life of Petrarch. [With portrait and plates.] Lond., 1841. 2 v. in 1. 8° 757.25 

Same. [Abridged.] See Petrarca, F. Sonnets. 
Lochiel's warning; O'Connor's child. [Johnson, E, R., ed. Little 

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Poetical works, including Theodric Philadelphia, 183 1. 18 . . . 1823.3 
Poetical works. With a memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1S79. X2 ° • I ^ I 5-7 

Contents. Biographical sketch; Pleasures of hope; Theodric; Translations 
from the Greek; O'Connor's child; Lochiel's warning; Hohenlinden; 
Gertrude of Wyoming; Miscellaneous poems. 

Chambers's papers for the people. Thomas Campbell. . . . v. 2 of 1232.15 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719-24 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Irving, W. Biographical sketches v. 2 of 972.37 

Jeffrey, F., lord. Contributions to the Edinburgh review. 191941 

Scott, Sir W. Campbell's Gertrude of Wyoming. [A review ] v. 17 of 1 123.7 
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Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 -939-37 

Note. See Oliphant's Literary history, vol. a, Wilson's Poets of Scotland, 
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Camper, Peter, Dutch anatomist and naturalist t b, 1722, d. 1789. See Jar- 
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Camphausen, Otto, German statesman, b. 181 2. See Tuttle, H. German 

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appendix on the analysis of iron and iron ores [and additional chapters 
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Philadelphia, 1877. 8° . . . 676.33 

Camping. Gibson, W. H. Camp life in the woods. 1882 634.15 

Gould, J. M. How to camp out 1877 634.9 

Warner, C. D. In the wilderness. 1879 1946.12 

Camping out. [A book for boys.] Stephens, C. A 123.18 

Camping-out series, The. See Stephens, Charles A. 
Campion, J. S. On foot in Spain. Second edition. Illustrated [with pho- 
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Camps and tramps in the Adirondacks. Northrup, A. J 332.11 

Camps in the Caribbees. Ober, F. A 345-12 

Camps in the Rockies. Grohman, W. A. Baillie 334-20 

Can you forgive her ? Trollopc, A 926.2 

Canada, Dominion of. Adams, A. L. Field and forest rambles, with 

notes on the natural history of eastern Canada. 1873 445- *6 

Appletons' general guide to the United States and Canada. 1881. . . R. L. 

Bishop, N. H. Voyage of the paper canoe, 1874-75 329.38 

Bolles, A. S. Industrial history of the United States. With a descrip- 
tion of Canadian industries. 1879 673.28 

Bonnycastle, Sir R. H. The Canadas in 1841 328.37 

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Burroughs, J. The halcyon in Canada. [An essay.] 1946.21 

Butler, W. F. The great lone land. [1870-71.] 328.20 

The wild north land : journey, with dogs, across northern North 

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Chambers, W. Things as they are in America. [1853.] 329.25 

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Lanman, C. A tour to the river Saguenay. 1848 328.13 

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Mackenzie, R. America: a history. [Canada, 1496-187 5.] .... 863.3 

Maguire, J. F. The Irish in America. [1867.] 33 1 - 12 

Morford, H. Short-trip guide. [1879.] 329.6 

Norton, C. I*, and Habberton, J. Canoeing in Kanuckia. [1877.] . . 328.30 
Parkman, F. Count Frontenac and New France under Louis xiv. 

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Parsons, T. Laws of business for all the states and Canada. 1880. . 1767.23 

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Canada, Dominion of, continued. 

Russell, W. H. Canada: its defences, condition, and resources. [1862.] 328.26 

Smith, G. The political destiny of Canada : an essay. . . . v. 1 of 1918.33 

Stephens, C. A. The Knockabout club in the woods. 1882 X2 3-45 

Sweetser, M. F., ed. The maritime provinces. 1875 R. L. 

Thoreau, H. D. A Yankee in Canada. [1850.] 328.9 

Trollope, A. North America. [1861-62.] 329.12 

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Hochelaga ; or, England in the new world. [(844.] 328-34 

Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, W., viscount Milton, and Cheadle, W. B. The 

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Canals. Adams, C. F.,/r. Canal and railroad enterprise of Boston, v. 4 of 878.20 

Stevenson, D. Principles and practice of canal engineering. 1872. . 677.53 

Canary islands. Benjamin, S. G. W. The Atlantic islands. [Teneriffe.] 345.17 

The world's paradises. 1880 213.2 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von. Equinoctial regions of America. . . v. 1 of 337.12 

Candidate, The. [A poem.] Churchill, C v. 2 of 1815.11 

Candle, The, of the Lord, and other sermons. Brooks, P 1647.25 

Candles. Be van, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876 v. 1 of 6734 

Faraday, M. Lectures on the chemical history of a candle. 1878. . . 137.8 
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of thanks to the marquis of Hastings and the British army in India, 
1819; State of the nation, 1819; Roman catholic disability removal bill, 
1821; Parliamentary reform, 1822; Negotiations relative to Spain, 1823; 
The abolition of slavery, 1823; Amelioration of the condition of the slave 
population, 1829; State of slavery, 1826; The king's message relative to 
the affairs of Portugal, 1826; Election and dinner speeches, 1812-27; 
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Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147-7 

Mackintosh, Sir J. Character of George Canning. [An essay.] . . .1127.22 

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Cano, Alonzo, Spanish painter, sculptor, and architect, o. 1601, d. 1 667. 

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Voyage of the paper canoe. 1874-75 3 2 9-38 

Burton, R. F. Canoeing down 1 500 miles of the river Sao Francisco. 337.35 

Macgregor, J. The Rob Roy on the Baltic. 1867 221.5 

The Rob Roy on the Jordan. [1868-69.] 238.39 

A thousand miles in the Rob Roy. 1867 221.6 

Norton, C. L., and Habberton, J. Canoeing in Kanuckia. [1877.] . . 328.30 

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Can oss A. Archer, T. The emperor Henry iv at Canossa 811.59 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. . . . v. 2 of 223.20 
Canova, Antonio, marchese d'/schia, Italian sculptor, b. 1757, d. 1822. 
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Flaxman, J. Address on the death of Canova. 615.12 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art. 1870 714*24 

Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Tait, Archibald Campbell. 

Canterbury tales, The. Chaucer, G v. 1-2 of 181 5.9 

Canton. Gray, Mrs, J. H. Fourteen months in Canton. [1877-78.] . . 313.2 

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Cape Cod and all along shore. Stories. Nordhoff, C 977-25 

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The Roman empire of the second century, or, the age of the Antonines. 
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Roman history. The early empire. With maps. London, 1876. 16 

[Cox, Sir G. W., and Sankey, C, eds. Epochs of ancient history.] 861.35 
Capital. See Labor and capital. 

Capital of the Tycoon. Alcock, Sir R 3"«7 

Capri. Green, J. R. Stray studies. 1876. 225.16 



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Capri, continued. 

Gregorovius, F. The island of Capri. 1879 234.1 

Kavanagh, J. Summer and winter in the Two Sicilies. 1858. . . . 234.3 
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Caprice: a comedy. .Leland, O. S v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

Captain, The : a comedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. . . . v. 1 of 1868.20 

Captain Fracasse. [A novel.] Gautier, T 979. 14 

Captain Kyd : a drama. Jones, J. S v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Captain Paton's lament. [A poem.] Lockhart, J. G v. 5-6of9ii.i 

Captain's story, The. Davis, Rebecca H v. 1 of 968.29 

Captivi : a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 1 of 1856.15 

Captivity, The: an oratorio. Goldsmith, 1816.5; v. 1 of 1122.22 

Caractacus : a tragedy. Mason, W v. 2 of 1859.9 

Caravaggio. See Caldara, Polidoro. 

Card-drawer, The : a tale. Griffin, G 922.36 

Cardisco, Marco, called II Calavrese, Italian painter, b. i486, d. 1542. See 

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Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879 633.15 

Jones, H. Card essays, Clay's decisions, and card-table talk. 1879. * 633.19 
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Carew, George, earl of Totnes, b. 1557, d. 1629. See Lodge, E. Portraits 

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Carew, Sir Nicholas, d. 1539. See Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious per- 
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Carey, Annie. The history of a book. [With illustrations.] London, 

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Schoolgirls. Illustrated. London, [188 1.] 12 I 3J-53 

Carey, Charles S. Biographical notice of lord Chesterfield. See Stanhope, 

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Carey, William, English orientalist and Baptist missionary \ b. 1761, d. 1834. 

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Traits and stories of the Irish peasantry. [With portrait] London, 

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Carlisle, Countess of. See Hay, Lucy. 
Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, George William Frederick. 
Carlisle, Mass. Heald, B. F. History of Carlisle. [1754-1879 ] . v. 1 of 878.26 
Carlotta, empress of Mexico. See Maria Charlotte Amelia. 

Carlyle, James, of Ecclefechan, d. 1832. See Carlyle, T. Reminiscences. 729.30 
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, wife of Thomas Carlyle, b. 1801, d. i860. See Car- 
lyle, T. Reminiscences 729.30 

Carlyle, Thomas, Scotch essayist, historian, and biographer, b. 1795,4/. 1881. 
Collected works. Library edition. [With portraits.] London, 
N.D. 30 v. 8° 1126.1 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Sartor rcsartus, the life and opinions of Herr Teufclsdrockh. 
II-IV. The French revolution, a history. 

V. Life of Fried rich Schiller, comprehending an examination of his 
works. With supplement [containing extracts from Saupe's 
Schiller and his father's household]. 
VI. Critical and miscellaneous essays: Jean Paul Friedrich Richter; 
State of German literature; Life and writings of Werner; 
Goethe's Helena: Goethe; Appendixes Ton German romance]. 
VII. Critical and miscellaneous essays: Burns; Life of Heyne; German 
playwrights; Voltaire; Novalis: Signs of the times; On history; 
Appendix [on madame de Stael]. 
VIII. Critical and miscellaneous essays: Jean Paul Friedrich Richter; 
Luther's Psalm; Schiller; The Nibelungen Lied; German 
literature of the 14th and 15th centuries; Taylor's Historic 
survey of German poetry; Characteristics; Goethe's portrait; 
Death of Goethe. 
IX. Critical and miscellaneous essays: Biography; BosweH's Life of 

iohnson; Goethe's Works; Corn-law rhymes; On history; 
>iderot; Count Cagliostro; Death of Edward Irving ; Appen- 
dix [on Goethe]. 
X. Critical and miscellaneous essays: The diamond necklace: 
Mirabeau: Parliamentary history of the French revolution; Sir 
Walter Scott; Varnhagen von Ense's Memoirs; Chartism; 
Petition on the copyright bill. 
XI. Critical and miscellaneous essays : On the sinking of the Vengeur; 
Baillie, the covenanter; Dr. Francia; An election to the long 
parliament; The nigger question: Two hundred and fifty years 
ago; The opera; National exhibition of Scottish portraits; The 
Prinzenraub; Inaugural address at Edinburgh, April, 1866; 
Shooting Niagara ( and after ? 
XII. Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. 
XIII. Past and present. 
XIV-XVUI. Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches, with elucidations. 

XIX. Latter-day pamphlets: The present time; Model prisons; Down- 
ing street; The new Downing street; Stump-orator; Parlia- 
ments; Hudson's statue; Jesuitism. 
XX. Life of John Sterling. 
XXI-XXX. History of Friedrich 11 of Prussia, called Frederick the great. 

General index. London, 1872. 8° 11 26.3 

Critical and miscellaneous essays. [With portrait.] Bost., 1881. 4 V. 12 191 5.17 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Jean Paul Friedrich Richter; State of German literature; Life 
and writings of Werner; Goethe's Helena; Goethe; Burns; 
Life of Heyne; German playwrights; Appendix, containing the 
preface to German romance." 
II. Voltaire; Novalis; Signs of the times; Richter; On history: 
Luther's Psalm; Schiller; The Nibelungen Lied: German 
literature of the 14th and 15th centuries; Taylor's Historic sur- 
vey of German poetry; Appendix, containing a review of 
madame de Stael's Allemagne. 
III. Characteristics; Goethe's portrait: Biography: BosweH's Life of 
Johnson: Death of Goethe; Goethe's Works; Corn-law rhymes; 
On history; Diderot; Count Cagliostro; Death of Edward 
Irving. 



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Carlyle, Thomas. Essays, continued. 

Vol. IV. The diamond necklace; Mirabeau; Parliamentary history of the 
French revolution; Sir Waller Scott; Varnhagen von Ease's 
Memoirs; Petition on the copyright bill; On the sinking of 
the Vengeur; Baillie the covenanter; Dr. Francia; An election 
to the long parliament; Two-hundred-and-fifty years ago; The 
opera; Project of a national exhibition of Scottish portraits; 
The Prinzenraub. 

Essay on the character and genius of Voltaire. See Voltaire, F. M. A. 

de. Life of Charles xn. 
Estimate of the character and genius of Luther. See Bunsen, C. K. J., 

baron von. Life of Luther. 
Reminiscences. Edited by J. A. Froude. [Portraits.] N.Y., 1881. 8°. 729.30 

Contents. James Carlyle of Ecclefcchan; Edward Irving; Lord Jeffrey; 
lane Welsh Carlyle; Appendix containing rcminisccn.ces of Southey and 
Wordsworth. 

Conway, M. D. Thomas Carlyle. 1881 729121 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870. 713.45 

Froude, J. A. Thomas Carlyle : a history of the first forty years of his 

life, 1795-1835. 1882 728.19 

Greg, W. R. Literary and social judgments. 1873 1926.20 

Guernsey, A. H. Thomas Carlyle : his life — his books — his theories. 

1879 7*9-3 

Lowell, J. R. My study windows. 1880 1936.27 

Manning, J. M. Pantheism in the form of hero-worship. [A lecture.] 161 2. 11 
Martineau, J. Personal influences on our present theology. • v. I of 1917.19 

Morley, J. Critical miscellanies. 1878 , . . . v. 1 of 1926.32 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. 1 of 719-32 

Shairp, J. C. Prose poets. [A lecture.] 1926.31 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1S82 1 1 17.2 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1 861 7 II - I 9 

Thoreau, H. D. Thomas Carlyle and his works. [An essay.] . . . 328.9 
Whipple, E. P. Thomas Carlyle as a politician. [An essay.] . . v. 2 of 1936^8 
Wylie, W. H. Thomas Carlyle : the man and his books. 1881. . . . 729.27 

Note. A critical study of Carlyle and his writings will be found in Taine's 
English literature, vol. a, and a notice of his poems in Wilson's Poets and 
poetry of Scotland, vol. a. 

See reminiscences of Carlyle and his wife by Miss Fox in her Memo- 
ries of old friends, and by Mrs. Oliphant in Macmillan's magazine, vol. 
43, personal recollections by Henry James in the Atlantic monthly, vol. 
47. an account of Carlyle's early life by Froude in Nineteenth century, 
vol. io, and studies of his life and character in Contemporary review, vol. 
39, Nineteenth century, vol. 9, Harper's monthly, vol. 6a, and Unitarian 
review, vol. 15. 

Carlyle, Thomas, translator. Translations from the German. London, 

1871. 3 v. 8° 952.26 

Contents. 

Vol. I— II. Goethe, J. W. von. Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship; Wilhelm 
Meister's travels. 
II. Musaeus, J. K. A. Dumb love; Libussa; Melechsala. 

Tieck, L. The fair-haired Eckbert; The trusty Eckart; The 

Runenberg; The elves; The goblet. 
Richter, J. P. F. Schmelzle's journey to Flaetc; Life of Quintus 
Fixlein. 

CARMICHAEL, Gershom, Scotch philosopher ', b. 1672, d. 1729. See McCosh, J. 

The Scottish philosophy 1 7 13.25 

Carnac, Brittany. Green, S. G. French pictures. [1878.] 229.20 

Miln, J. Excavations at Carnac. [1873-74.] 339-4 * 



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Carneades, Greek philosopher and orator -, o. B. c. 213, d. 123. See Lewes, 

G. H. Biographical history of philosophy 1712.19 

Carnot, Lazare N. M., French statesman, b. 1753, d. 1823. See Brougham, 

H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George in and iv v. 5 of 1 127.5 

Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, of Brunswick, queen of George EV of England, 
b. 176S, d. 182 1. Brougham, H., lord. Speeches. [Defence of 
queen Caroline, and prosecution of R. Blacow for slander.] . v. 9 of 1 127.5 
Doran, J. Queens of England of the house of Hanover. 1880. v. 2 of 717*19 

Note. See Martineau's History of the peace, vol. 1, and Knight's England, 
vol. 7-8. 

Caroline Wilhelmina Dorothea, of Anspach, queen of George 11 of Eng- 
land, b. 1683, d. 1737. Doran, J. Queens of England of the 

house of Hanover. 1880. v. 1 of 7i7* I 9 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Historical sketches of the reign of George 11. v. 1 of 827.1 1 

Caroline. A Franconia story. Abbott, J 121. 12 

Caroll, Martha. How Marjory helped. Boston, [1874.] 16 . . . . I33«47 

Carpaccio, Vittore, called Scarpaccia, Italian painter. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 2 of 714.18 

Carpenter, Joseph Estlin. The life and work of Mary Carpenter. 

Second edition. With a portrait London, 1881. 12 TS 1 * 1 ^ 

Carpenter, Mary. Our convicts. London, 1864. 2 v. in 1. 8°. • . . 1727.21 

Six months in India. London, 1868. 2 v. 8° 245.12 

Carpenter, J. E. The life and work of Mary Carpenter. 1881. . . . 732.16 

Darton, J. M. Heroism of Christian women of our own time. 1882. . 718.14 

Carpenter, William Benjamin, M.D. The correlation of the physical 
and vital forces. [Youmans, E. L., ed. The correlation and con- 
servation of forces.] 4 2 3*3 2 

The microscope and its revelations. Sixth edition. Plates and wood- 
engravings. Philadelphia, 1881. 12 443-13 

Principles of mental physiology. New York, 1880. 8° 652.13 

Carpenter, William H. History of Georgia [and other states]. See 
Arthur, Timothy S. 

History of Massachusetts. [1602-1820.] Philadelphia, 1872. 16 . . 871.5 

History of Tennessee. [1 512-1880.] Philadelphia, 1868. 16 . . . 871.11 

Carpenter, William H., and Arthur, Timothy S. History of Connecticut. 

[1 614-1850.] Philadelphia, 1872. 16 871.6 

History of Illinois. [1627-1850.] Philadelphia, 1869. 16 .... 871.12 

History of New Jersey. [1610-1850.] Philadelphia, 1853. 16 . . 871.19 

History of New York. [1 609-1 848.] Philadelphia, i860. 16 . . . 871.7 

History of Ohio. [1748-1850.] Philadelphia, 1873. 16 871.9 

History of Pennsylvania. [1644-1854.] Philadelphia, 1869. 16 . . 871.8 

History of Vermont. [1608-18 50.] Philadelphia, 1865. 16 . . . . 871.4 

Carpenter, The, of Rouen: a drama. Jones, J. S v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

Carpentry and joinery. Aveling, S. T. Carpentry and joinery. [187 1.] 678.13 

Davidson, E. A. The boy joiner and model maker 1 37.43 

Drawing for carpenters and joiners. [1870.] 672.8 

Eassie, P. B. Wood and its uses. 1874 678.20 

Hatfield, R. G. . The American house carpenter. 1881 678.29 

Lukin, J. The amateur mechanic's workshop. 1878 677*36 

Tredgold, T. Principles of carpentry : with rules and examples. 187a 679.35 

See also Architecture, Building. 



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Carpets. Burty, P. Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. 1869. . . . 625.35 

Dresser, C. Carpets. 1877 v. 6 of 673.5 

Carpi, Girolamo da. See Bianchi. 

Carr, Addis Emmet. All the way round, or what a boy saw and heard on 

his way round the world. [Illustrated.] London, [1874.] 12 . . . 113.10 
Carr, Alice. North Italian folk. Illustrated. London, 1878. Sq. 12 . 234.19 
Carr, Frank. Business. By a merchant. Edinburgh, 1873. I2 ° • • • 674-9 
Carr, Robert, earl of Somerset, favorite 0/ James /, d. 1645. $*' J csse i J* H. 

Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts v. 1 of 826.9 

Carrel, Jean Baptiste Nicolas Armand, French journalist and historian, b. 
1800, d. 1836. History of the counter-revolution in England, [1658- 
89]. [Also] History of the reign of James 11, by C. J. Fox, [and] 
Memoir of the reign of James ir, by John, viscount Lonsdale. 

[Portraits.] London, 1857. 12 826.8 

Mill, J. S. Armand Carrel. [A biographical sketch.] . . . v. 1 of 1916.25 
Carriage-painting. Masury, J. W. House-painting, carriage-painting, 

etc. 1881 678.15 

Carriages and saddlery. Aitken, W. C. Saddlery v. 3 of 673.5 

Herbert, H. W. Hints to horse-keepers. With directions for the selec- 
tion and care of carriages and harness. 1879 66S.20 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. - *6i7*i8 
Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, American patriot, b. 1737, d. 1832. 

Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George in and i.v. v. 5 of 1 1 27.5 
Lossing, B. J. Signers of the declaration of independence. 1870. . • 763 28 
Carroll, Lewis, pseud. See Dodgson, Charles L. 

" Carrots : " just a little boy. Molesworth, Mrs 131. 16 

Carrucci da Pontormo, Jacopo, Florentine painter, b. 1494, </. 1556. See 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 4 of 714.18 
Carson, Christopher {Kit Carson), trapper and mountain guide, b. 1809, d. 

1868. See Abbott, J. S. C. American pioneers and patriots 772.5 

Carter, Susan N., editor. Putnam's art hand-books. Duffield, Mxs. W. 

The art of flower painting. With illustrations. N. Y., 1878. Sq. 16 615.7 
Penley, A. A system of water color painting. N. Y., [1881.] Sq. 16 615.6 
Rowbotham, T. The art of sketching from nature. With illustrations. 

New York, [cop. 1878.] Sq. 16 624.5 

Warren, H. An artistic treatise on the human figure. Fourth edition. 

[Illustrated.] New York, 1881. Sq. x6° 624.4 

Weigall, C. H. The art of figure drawing. With illustrations. New 

York, 1879. Sq. 16 624.3 

Williams, W. The art of landscape painting in oil colors. New York, 

1881. Sq. 16 6155 

Carter, Robert. A summer cruise on the coast of New England. Bos- 
ton, 1865. 1 6° 332.21 

Carter, Robert Meek, English liberal ami reformer, b. 1814. See Hinton, 

R. J. English radical leaders 7*5*5 

Carthage. Chambers's papers for the people. Carthage and the Cartha- 
ginians v. 2 of 1232.15 

Davis, N. Carthage and her remains. [1856-60.] 316.11 

Heeren, A. H. L. Politics and trade of the African nations. . . v. 4 of 813.16 

Smith, R. B. Carthage and the Carthaginians. [B.C. 735-146.] . . 815.4 

Rome and Carthage : the Punic wars. [B.C. 264-146.] .... 861.51 



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Carthage, continued. 

Townshend, F. T. Cruise in Greek waters. [1869.] 236.40 

Not*. Consult Mommsen's Rome, vol. a, Smith's Ancient history, vol. a, 
and William Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman geography, vol. 1. 

C artier, Jacques, French navigator and explorer \ b. 1494, d. 1556? Park- 
man, F. Pioneers of France in the new world v. 1 of 863.15 

Parton,J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719-17 

Cartw right, Julia M. Mantegna and Francia. [With illustrations.] New 

York, 1881. 12 . [Illustrated biographies of the great artists.] . . 712.39 

Cartwright, Peter, American Methodist divine, b. 1785, d. 1872. See 

McCabe, J. D. Great fortunes, and how they were made. 1871. . . 762.21 

Carus, Rev. William, editor. Memorials of Charles Pettit Mcllvaine. 

New York, 1882. 8° 778.32 

Carving. Bemrose, W. Manual of wood carving 624.56 

Maskell, W. Ivories ancient and mediaeval. [1875.] 625.24 

Norton, J. T. Wood-carving. [Paris exposition, 1878.] . . v. 2 of 1555.12 

Pollen, J. H. Ancient and modern furniture and woodwork. 1877. . 625.20 

Ruutz-Rces, J. E. Home decoration. 1S81 628.25 

Sawyer, G. A. Fret-sawing and wood-carving. 1875 l 37* l & 

Seaton, Sir T. Manual of fret cutting and wood carving. 1875. • • I 37* I 5 

See also Decorative and household art, Furniture, Industrial arts. 

Cary, Alice, American poetess and novelist, b. 1820, d. 1870, and Cary, Phoebe, 
American poetess, b. 1824, d. 187 1. Poetical works. With a memorial 
of their lives by Mary Clemmer. [Portraits.] New York, 1878. 8° . 1839.32 
Cary, Henry Francis, translator. The vision. See Dante Alighieri. 
Cary, Lucius, viscount Falkland, English royalist, b. 1610, d. 1643. Arnold, 

M. Falkland. [An essay.] 1915.20 

Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 2 of 826.9 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 4 of 718.9 

Casa Guidi windows. Browning, Elizabeth B . v. 2 of 1827.23 

Case, The, is altered : a comedy. Jonson, B 1868.17 

Cashmere. Adams, A. L. Wanderings of a naturalist. 1867 445-10 

Myers, P. V. N. Remains of lost empires. 1878 3 T 5-7 

Taylor, B. Central Asia. Travels in Cashmere, etc 3 I2 *5 

Casilear, John W., American painter and engraver. Sheldon, G. W. 

American painters : with examples of their work. 1881 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Casimir Maremma. Helps, Sir A 9 2 3 I 3 

Casina: a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 2 of 1856.15 

Cass, Lewis, American statesman, b. 1782, d. 1866. See Parton, J. People's 

book of biography 7*9« I 7 

Cassell, John. See Curwen, H. History of booksellers 719-7 

C assell's book of in-door amusements. With illustrations. London, [ 188 1 .] 

Sq. 12 631.20 

Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. With illustrations. Lond., [1881 ] 8° 632.15 
C assell's dictionary of cookery. Coloured plates. London, N. D. 8° . R. L. 
Cassell's history of the war between France and Germany. See Oilier, E. 
Cassell's illustrated history of India. See Grant, J. 
Cassell's illustrated history of the Russo-Turkish war. See Oilier, E. 



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Cast away on tbe Auckland isles. Musgrave, T 34 I - J 6 

Cast away in the cold. Hayes, 1. 1 114*6 

Cast up by the sea. Baker, Sir S. W 114-" 

Castagno, Andrea del, Italian painter y d. 1480. Jameson, A. M. Memoirs 

of early Italian painters. 1874 714*27 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . .v. 2 of 714.18 
Castelar y Rissoll, Emilio, Spanish republican statesman, b. 1832. Life of 

lord Byron, and other sketches. Translated by Mrs. A. Arnold. 

New York, 1876. 12 727.19 

Contents. Life of Byron; Victor Hugo; Alexander Dumas; £mile Girardin; 
Daniel Manin; Adolphe Thiers. 

Old Rome and new Italy. Translated by Mrs. A. Arnold. N.Y..N.D. 12 235.13 

Towle, G. M. Certain men of mark. 1880 7"-i4 

Castilian days. Hay, J 227.6 

Castlk and town. [A novel.] Peard, Frances M 934-22 

Castle Blair. A story of youthful days. Shaw, Flora L. 134.3 

Castle Daly : story of an Irish home. Keary, Annie 935-5° 

Castle Dangerous. Scott, Sir W v. 25 of 914.1 

Castle Hohenwald. A romance. Streckfuss, A 953- 20 

Castle, The, of indolence. [A poem.] Thomson, J 1818.2 

Castle, The, of Otranto. [A romance.] Walpole, H., earl of Orford. . 912.26 

Castle Richmond. A novel. Trollope, A 9263 

Castle spectre, The : a dramatic romance. Lewis, M. G. . . v. 26-27 of 1857.3 
Castlemon, Harry, pseud. See Fosdick, Charles A. 
Castlereagh, Viscount. See Stewart, Robert. 

Castles. Ford, R. Handbook for Spain. 1878 R. L. 

Jewitt, L., and Hall, S. C. The stately homes of England. [1874-78.] 226.27 
Timbs, J. Abbeys, castles, etc., of England and Wales. [1872.] . . 22615 

Castles and their heroes. Hutton, Barbara. 134.26 

Casuistry. De Quincey, T. Essays in philosophy v. 9 of 11 25 13 

Jowett, B. Casuistry. [An essay.] 1628.19 

Maurice, F. D. The conscience. Lectures on casuistry. 1872. . . . 17 16.14 
Catacombs. Clarke, J. F. Events and epochs in religious history. 1881. 1658.16 

Kip, W. I. The catacombs. 1854 1655 9 

Lundy, J. P. Monumental Christianity. 1882 614.21 

Northcote, J. S., and Brownlow, W. R. Roma sotterranea ; account of 

the Roman catacombs. Compiled from the works of De Rossi. . 819.24 
Stanley, A. P., dean of Westminster. The Roman catacombs. [An essay.] 1628 24 
Wiseman, N. P. S., cardinal. Fabiola ; or, the church of the catacombs. 923.31 

Note. See canon Venables' article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 5. 
See also Art, Antiquities, Rome. 

Catalani, Angelica. See Vallebregue. 

Catalogues and cataloguing. Andover, Mass. Memorial hall library. 

Catalogue. 1874 R. L. 

Supplement, 1874-81. [By Emma J. Bean.] R.L. 

Boston, Mass. Public library. Catalogue of books in the classes of 

history, biography, and travel. 1873 R.L. 

Catalogue of works in the arts and sciences. 187 1-8 1. ... R, L. 
Class list for English prose fiction. 1877 R. L. 



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Catalogues and cataloguing, continued, 

Brookline, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. [By Mary A. Bean and 

Harriet H. Ames.] 1873. R. L. 

Supplement, 1873-81. [By Mary A. Bean.] R. L. 

Burlington, Vt, Fletcher free library. Catalogue. [By Harriet H. 

Ames.] 1877 R. L. 

Concord, Mass. Free public library. Catalogue. [By Ellen F. Whit- 
ney.] 1875 , R. L. 

Cutter, C. A. Library catalogues ; Rules for a printed dictionary cata- 
logue. [Warren, S. R., and Clark, S. N., eds. Public libraries in 

the United States.] R.L. 

Dewey, M., and others. Catalogues and cataloguing. [Warren, S. R., 

and Clark, S. N., eds. Public libraries in the United States.] . . R. L. 

Fiske, J. A librarian's work. [An essay.] 1937*28 

Haverhill, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. [By Grace A. De Borges.] 

1878 R.L. 

Lawrence, Mass. Free public library. Catalogue. [By W. I. Fletcher.] 

1873 R.L. 

Massachusetts horticultural society. Catalogue of the library. 1873. R- L» 
Massachusetts state library. Catalogue. [By Ellen M. Sawyer and 

Augusta I. Appleton.] 1880 R. L. 

Milton, Mass. Public library. Catalogue, 187 1. [With bulletins, 

1871-77.] R.L. 

New Bedford, Mass. Free public library. Catalogue. [By R. C. In- 
graham.] 1858 R. L. 

[First] Supplement. [By R. C. Ingraham.] 1869 RL 

Second supplement [By R. C. Ingraham.] 1876 R. L. 

New York state library. Catalogue. Subject index of the general 

library. [By H. A. Homes.] 1872 R. L. 

Newton, Mass, Newton free library. Class catalogue. [By Hannah 

James.] 1880 R.L. 

North Easton, Mass. Unity Sunday school library. Catalogue. 1881. R. L. 
Providence,^./. Public library. Finding list. [By W. E. Foster.] 1880. R.L. 

Publishers' trade list annual. 1880 R. L. 

Quincy, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. [By Mary B. Merriam.] 1875. 

With supplement, 1875-78. R. L. 

Randolph, Mass, Turner free library. Catalogue. [By W. E. Foster.] R. L. 

1877 R. L. 

Reference catalogue of current literature. 1877 R. L. 

Somerville, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. [By H. A. Adams.] 1879. R* L* 
Steiger, E. Periodical literature of the United States. 1873. * • • R* L* 

Taunton, Mass. Public library. Catalogue. 1878 R. L. 

First supplement to the catalogue. 1881 R. L. 

United States. Library of congress. Catalogue of books added to 

the library, 1869-71 R. L. 

Woburn, Mass. Public library. Class lists [and bulletin]. 1879-82. R. L. 
Cataract of the Ganges : a romantic drama. Moncrieff, W. T. v. 22-23 of 1857.3 

Catarrh. Wyman, M. Autumnal catarrh (hay fever). 1876 653 27 

Cates, William L. R. Encyclopaedia of chronology. See Woodward, B. B. 
Catharine, or Katharine. See Catherine. 



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Cathay. See China. 

Cathedral, The. [A poem.] Lowell, J. R. 1836.36 

Catherine, St., of Siena, b. 1347, d. 13S0. See Trollope, T. A. A decade 

of Italian women v. 1 of 757.5 

Catherine ii, empress of Russia, b. 1729, d. 1796. Memoirs: written by 

herself. [1729-59.] Translated from the French. Lond., 1859. 12 752.9 
Brougham, II., lord. Statesmen of the time of George 11 1 and iv. v. 5 of n 27. 5 

Clarke, M. C. World-noted women. 1868 719.26 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns. .... 711.26 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7 l SM7 

Note. See Rambaud's Russia, voL a, and Dyer's Modern Europe, vol. 4. 

Catherine de* Medici. See Medici. 

Catherine, of Aragon, 1st queen of Henry VIII, b. 1485, d. 1536. See Strick- 
land, A. Lives of the queens of England .' . v. 2 of 717 5 

Catherine, of Braganza, queen of Charles £1, b. 1638, d. 1705. Jesse, J. H. 

Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts v. 3 of 826.9 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain . v. 6 of 71S.9 
Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 4 of 717.5 

Catherine, of Valois, queen of Henry V, b. 1401, d. 1437. See Strickland, 

A. Lives of the queens of England v. 1 of 717.5 

Catherine Howard, jth queen of Henry VIII, b. 1521 ? d. 1542. See Strick- 
land, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717-5 

Catherine Parr, 6th queen of Henry VIII, d. 1548. Lodge, E. Portraits 

of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 1 of 718.9 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Catherine: a story. Thackeray, W. M v. 2001915.1 

Catholic church. See Roman Catholic church. 

Catilina, Lucius Sergius, b. B. C. 10S, d. 62. Sallustius Crispus, C. Con- 
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Note. See Mommsen's Rome, vol. 4, and Cicero's Orations, vol. 3. 

Catiline, his conspiracy : a tragedy. Jonson, B. . . . 1S68.17 

Catlin, George. Manners, customs, and condition of the North American 

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Cato, Marcus Portius, the elder, Roman statesman, b. B. C. 234, d. 149. Par- 
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Cato, Marcus Portius, the younger, Roman philosopher and patriot, b. B. C. 

95, d. 46. Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] . . 719.17 

Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 4 of 743.28 

Cato: a tragedy. Addison, J v. 1 of 11 22.6 

Caton, John Dean. A summer in Norway. [Portrait and' illustrations.] 

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Cats. Clan of the cats : true stories about the feline animals 138-41 

Mivart, St G. The cat An introduction to the study of back-boned 

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Catsk ill mountains. Curtis, G. W. Lotus-eating : a summer book. [1852.] 332.29 

Lanman, C. Tour to the Saguenay. 1848 328.13 

Lossing, B. J. The Hudson from the wilderness to the sea. [1S66.] . 332.47 

Catspaw, The: a comedy. Jerrold, D. W v. 11 of 1857.3 

Cattle. Bigelow, J. Testimony on the cattle disease in Massachusetts. . 663.19 
Dadd, G. H. Nature and treatment of the diseases of cattle. 1859. . 668.11 

Grohman, W. A. B. Cattle ranches in the West. 18S2 334-20 

Loring, G. B. Farm-yard club of Jotham. 1876 664.35 

Reid, W. Sheep. With remarks on the transit of stock. [1871.] . . 668.2 
Youatt, W., and Martin, W. C. L. Cattle : their breeds, management, 

and diseases. 1879. 668.18 

Catullus, Latin poet, b. B. C. 87, d. 47 ? The poems of Catullus and Tibul- 
lus, and the Vigil of Venus. Prose translation, by W. K. Kelly. 
Metrical versions by Lamb and Grainger. London, 1878. 12 . 1846.13 
Davies, J. Catullus. 1877 '855.17 

Caucasus. Grove, F. C. The frosty Caucasus. 1874 241.7 

Mounsey, A. H. Journey through the Caucasus and Persia. [1865-66. J 241.12 

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Cavalcaselle, G. B. History of painting in Italy. See Crowe, J. A. 
Cavallim, Pietro, Italian painter and sculptor ; b. 1270, d. 1354. Jameson, 

A. M. Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874 7 14.27 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 
Cave, Edward, English printer, b* 1691, d. 1754. See Johnson, S. Lives of 

eminent persons v. 2 of 1 122.17 

Cave, Marie Elisabeth. The Cave* method of drawing. Drawing from 

memory. Translated from the French. New York, 1877. 12 624.17 
Color. Translated from the French. New York, 187 1. 12 . . 624.18 
Cavendish, Elizabeth Cecil, duchess of Devonshire, d. 16S4. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 6 of 718.9 

Cavendish, Georgiana Spencer, duchess of Devonshire, b. 1757, d. 1806. 

See Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The queens of society. 1876. . . . 718.5 
CAVENDISH, Henry, English physicist, b. 1730,^. 1810. Brougham, H.,lord. 

Lives of philosophers of the time of George m v. 1 of 1 127.5 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men '47-7 

Cavendish, Margaret, duchess of Newcastle, d. 1673. &** Jeaffteson, J. C. 

Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 1 of 1926.25 

Cavendish, Spencer Compton, marquis of Hartington, English statesman, 

£.1833. Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 7 15-4 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 2 of 719.32 
Cavendish, Thomas, English navigator, b. 1564, d. 1593. Kingston, W. 

H. G. Notable voyages from Columbus to Parry 215.4 

Payne, E. J., ed. Voyages of Elizabethan seamen to America, 1562-95. 215.5 
Cavendish, William, 1st duke of Devonshire, English statesman, d. 1707. 

See Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain, v. 7 of 718.9 
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u Cavendish,' * pseud. • See Jones, Henry. 

Caves. Dawkins, W. B. Cave hunting. 1874 434*23 



l68 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Caves, continued. 

Hartwig, G. The subterranean world. 187 1 4^7 

Note. See Archaeology, Geology, and Dawkins's article in the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, vol. 5. 

C AVOUR, Camillo Benso, conte di, Italian statesman, b. 1 810, d. 1861 . Mazade, 

C. de. Life of count Cavour. 1877 758-28 

Note. Consult Godkin's Life of Victor Emmanuel 11, and Hunt's Italy. 

Caxton, Laura, pseud. See Comins, Lizzie B. 

CAXTON, William, first English printer, b. 141 2, d. 1490. Brightwell, C. L. 

Heroes of the laboratory and workshop 147.5 

Disraeli, I. The first English printer. [An essay.] .... v. 1 of 11 17.16 

Caxtons, The: a family picture. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton. 916.12 

Cazin, Achille. The phenomena and laws of heat. Translated by E. Rich. 

New York, [1868.] 12 . [Illustrated library of wonders.] .... 524.13 

Cecca. See Angelo, Francesco d'. 

Cecil, Robert, /// earl of Salisbury \ English statesman, b. 1 550, d. 161 2. 

Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of .the Stuarts, v. 1 of 826.9 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 3 of 7189 

Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne, marquis and earl of Salisbury, b. 

1830. Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 7154 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. [English toryism.] 716.24 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 2 of 719.32 

Cecil, Thomas, earl of Exeter, d. 1622. See Lodge, E. Portraits of illus- 
trious personages of Great Britain v. 3 of 718.9 

Cecil, William, lord Burleigh, English statesman, b. 1520, d. 1598. Lodge, 

E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. * . v. 2 of 718.9 
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Froude's England, vol. 5-12. 

Cecil Dreeme. [A novel.] Winthrop, T 978.18 

Cecilia, St., Christian martyr, d. A.D. 230? See Clarke, M. C. World- 
noted women 719.26 

Cedars, The. [Sequel to Long ago.] Craigin, Louisa T. ..... . 134.9 

Celebes. Bickmore, A. S. East Indian archipelago. 1869. 343-21 

Wallace, A. R. The Malay archipelago. 1869. 343-*6 

Cell theory. Tyson, J. The cell doctrine. 1878. 654.20 

Virchow, R. Cellular pathology. [1863.] 657.4 



Note. See Strieker's Histology, Beale's Bioplasm and Protoplasm, and Car- 
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See also Anatomy, Biology, Microscope, Physiology. 



Cellini, Benvenuto, Italian goldsmith, sculptor, and engraver, b. i$oo,d. 
1570. Memoirs, written by himself. Translated by T. Roscoe. 

[Portrait.] London, 1878. 12 757.14 

Brightwell, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and the workshop. . . . 147.5 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors. v. 1 of *6 19.40 

Symonds, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. The fine arts v. 3 of 614.12 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art. 187a 714-24 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 5 of 714.18 
Celts and Celtic literature. Arnold, M. Study of Celtic literature. 1S67. 11 14.31 



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Celts and Celtic literature, continued. 

Maclear, G. F. The Celts 1661.18 

Nicholas, T. The pedigree of the English people. 1878 823.22 

Note. See Prof. Sullivan's treatise on Celtic literature in the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, vol. 5. 

Cements. Gill more, Q. A. Coignet-Wton and other artificial stone. 187 1. 678.25 
Treatise on limes, hydraulic cements, and mortars. 1879 678.24 

Note. Consult Cooley's Practical receipts, vol. x, and Gwilt's Encyclopaedia 
of architecture. 

Cemeteries. Dennis, G. Cities and cemeteries of Etruria 316.6 

Cenci, The : a tragedy. Shelley, P. B v. 1 of 18 17.5 

Centennial gazetteer of the United States. Steinwehr, A. von. ... R. L. 
Centlivre, Susannah, Irish actress and dramatist ', b. 1667, d. 1723. Come- 
dies : A bold stroke for a wife ; The busy body ; The wonder. 

[Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

The wonder: a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

Note. See Ward's English dramatic literature, vol. a, and the Atlantic 
monthly, vol. 49. 

Central America. Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. [187 1.] .... 434.8 
Bancroft, H. H. Native races of the Pacific states. 1875-76. . . . 432.27 
Bates, H. W. Central America. 1878. [Stanford's Compendium of 

geography and travel.] 212.5 

Chambers's papers for the people. Ruined cities. . . . , . v. 1 of 1232.15 
Lang, J. M. Ancient religions of Central America. [A lecture.] . . 1666.10 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1879. 1S11.2 

Muller, F. M. Popul Vuh. [Sacred writings of the Indians.] v. 1 of 1929.23 

Oswald, F. L. Summerland sketches. [1867-76.] 336.10 

Pirn, B., and Seemann, B. Dottings on the roadside. [1860-67.] . . 336.17 

Short, J. T. The North Americans of antiquity. 1880 432.22 

Squier, E. G. The states of Central America. 1858 336.30 

Stephens, J. L. Incidents of travel in Central America. [1839-40.] . 336.20 
Trollope, A. The West Indies and the Spanish Main. [1859.] . . . 345.8 

Note. See papers on the ruined cities of Central America, in the North Ameri- 
can review, vol. 131-133. See a/so Nicaragua, Yucatan. 

Century, A, of dishonor : the United States government's dealings with 

some of the Indian tribes. Jackson, Helen M 1748.19 

Ceramic or Keramic art. See Pottery and porcelain. 

Certain dangerous tendencies in American life. Harrison, J. B. . . . 1937.19 

Certain men of mark. Towle, G. M 711*14 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, Spanish novelist and poet % b. 1547, d. 1616. 

Don Quixote of La Mancha. Translated by Motteux. With an 

essay on Cervantes, by J. G. Lockhart. Phila., n. d. 4 V. 12 . 959.31 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Cervantes. [A review of his life and writings.] . 1924. 11 

Prescott, W. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. . . . 1938.34 

Note. Consult Ticknor's History of Spanish literature, vol. a, Simonde de 
Sismondi's Literature of the south of Europe, vol. 2, and Longfellow's 
Poets of Europe. 

Cesar Birotteau. [A novel ] Balzac, H. de 958.28 

Cesnola, Luigi Palma di. Cyprus : its ancient cities, tombs, and temples. 

Maps and illustrations. Third edition. New York, 1878. 8° . . 316.5 
Cook, C. Account of the antiquities discovered by Cesnola. . . v. 2 of 614.23 



I70 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Cbvennes. Stevenson, R. L. Travels with a donkey in the Cbvennes. . 228.13 

Ceylon. Baker, Sir S. W. Eight years' wanderings in Ceylon. [1845-53.] 343-8 

The rifle and the hound in Ceylon. [1845-53.] 343-9 

De Quincey, T. Ceylon [in its relation to England]. . . . v. 10 of 1125-13 

Knox, T. W. The boy travellers in the far East v. 3 of 127.40 

Tennent, Sir J. E. Ceylon : physical, historical, and topographical. 1859. 858.15 
Urwick, W. Indian pictures drawn with pen and pencil 229 27 

Chadbournb, Paul A. Instinct. Lowell lectures, 187 1. N. Y., 1872. 12 44M 
Lectures on natural theology. Seventh edition. New York, 1879. I2 ° 161 1. 10 

Chadwick, Edwin, English social economist, b. 1801. See Smiles, S. Brief 

biographies. 7 II -*9 

Chadwick, John W. Sketch of the life of Nahor Augustus Staples. See 

Staples, N. A. Way, truth, and life 1648.13 

Chaffers, William. The collector's handbook of marks and monograms 

on pottery and porcelain. London, 1877.. 12 62 5.5 

C hain bearer, The; or, the Littlepage manuscripts. Cooper, J. F. . . . 973.13 

Chairman's guide, The. With rules of order and a list of questions for 

debate. New York, 1881. 12 1767.11 

CHALDiEA. Baldwin, J. D. Pre-historic nations. 1877 433- 13 

Keary, A. The nations around. 1875 814.5 

Rawlinson, G. Five great monarchies of the ancient eastern world, v. 1 of 812.15 

Chaldean account of Genesis. Smith, G 3 I 5- I 4 

Challenger, H. M. S. Campbell, Lord G. Log-letters from the "Chal- 
lenger." 1876. 216.3 

Moseley, H. N. Notes of a naturalist on the Challenger. 1879. - • 216.10 
Spry, W. J. J. The cruise of H. M. S. Challenger. [1872-76.] 1877. 216.6 
Thomson, Sir C. W. The Atlantic. A preliminary account of the 

voyage. 1878 216.9 

Challice, A. E. Illustrious women of France. With illustrations. Lon- 
don, 1873. I2 ° 737.17 

Content*. Madame Tallien ; Empress Josephine ; 'Hortense ; Caroline Bona- 
parte: Duchessed'Aneouteme; Duchessede Berri; Queen Marie Ame'ue; 
Duchesse d'Orleans ; Empress Eugenie; Princess Mathilde. 

Memories of French palaces. With illustrations. London, 187 1. 8° 841.21 
Challice, Dr. Secret history of the court of France under Louis xv. 

[With portraits.] London, 1861. 2 v. 12 834.12 

Chalmers, Alexander, editor. The British essayists. See British essayists. 
Chalmers, George. Life of Daniel De Foe. See De Foe, D. Works. . 1122.25 
Chalmers, Thomas, Scotch divine and philosopher, b. 1780, d. 1847. Sc r ~ 

mons and discourses. New York, 1881. 2 v. in 1. 8° . . . . 1649.44 

Brown, J. Dr. Chalmers. [An essay.] v. 1 of 1914.17 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147-7 

Fraser, D. Thomas Chalmers. [A biography.] 1882 742.23 

McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] 171325 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879. 1233.19 

Note. See OHphant's Literary history, vol. 3, Hanna's article in the Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica, vol. 5, and Unitarian review, vol. 13. 

Chamberlain, Joseph, English liberal, b. 1836. Davidson, J. M. Eminent 

English liberals. 1880 7 I 5- I 9 

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Chamberlain, Joseph, continued. 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 4 of 719.3 2 
Chamberlain, Joshua L. Education. See United States. Department of 

state. Paris exposition reports^ 1878 v. 2 of 1555.12 

Chamberlain, Mellen. Winnisimmet, Rumney Marsh, and Pullen Point 
in the colonial, and in the provincial period. [Winsor, J., ed. Me- 
morial history of Boston.] v. 1 of 878.20 

Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop from the close of the provincial period. 

[Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

Chamberlin, Everett. Chicago and its suburbs. [With map and illustra- 
tions.] Chicago, 1S74. 8° 872.10 

Chambers, George F. Handbook of descriptive astronomy. Third edition. 

[Illustrated.] Oxford, 1877. 8° 422.24 

Chambers, Robert, Scotch author and publisher, b. 1802, d. 1870. Book of 
days : a miscellany *of popular antiquities in connection with the 
calendar. With engravings. Philadelphia, 1879. 2 v. L. 8° . . R. L. 
Cyclopaedia of English literature. Third edition, revised by R. Car- 

ruthers. [With portraits.] London, 1876. 2 v. 8° R. L. 

Domestic annals of Scotland. 1 561-1748. [With illustrations.] Edin- 
burgh, 1859-61. 3 v. 8° 822,36 

Contents. Vol. I. 1 561-1625. II. 1625-1688. III. 1689-1748. 

Chambers, W. Memoir of Robert Chambers. 1872 729.14 

Japp, A. H. Noble workers. 1877 711.22 

Chambers, Thomas King, Af. D. The indigestions. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1867. 8° 653.23 

Chambers, William, Scotch author and publisher % b. 1800. Memoir of Rob- 
ert Chambers. With autobiographic reminiscences. Third edition. 

New York, 1872. 12 729.14 

Stories of remarkable persons. Edinburgh, 1878. 12 711. 16 

Contents. The Herschels; Mary Somerville; John Taylor, the water poet; 
William and Dorothy Wordsworth; Story of old Bob: Glencairn: The 
Aston; Rob Graham; Camille Desmoulins; The Fairbairns; The Banff- 
shite naturalist, Thomas Edward:' Sir Walter Scott and his dogs; Window 
Willie; Jack Scott and Bessy Surtees; Horace Greeley; Sarah Martin; 
Ferdinand de Lesseps; Alexander T. Stewart; James David Forbes; The 
Jubilee singers; James Anne&ley ; Miss Stirling Graham; Borlum. 

Things as they are in America. London, 1854. 8° 3 2 9- 2 5 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch] . v. 3 of 719.32 
Chambers, William and Robert Chambers's encyclopaedia. With maps 

and wood engravings. Revised edition. London, 1879. 10 v. 8° R. L. 

Contents. Vol. I. A-BeJgiojoso. II. Belgium-Chivalry, III. Chivasso- 
Elephant. IV. Elephant-Gonzalvo di Cordova. V. Good-Labourers. 
VI. Labrador-Numidia. VII. Numismatics-Puerperal mania. VIII. 
Puerto Belb-Sound. IX. Sound-Vitaccae. X. Vital statisucs-Z. 

Curwen, H. History of booksellers 7 '9-7 

Chambers's miscellany of useful and entertaining tracts. Edinburgh, n. d. 

12 V. 12° I232.7 

Chambers's papers for the people. London, N. D. 6 v. 12 1232.15 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The Bonaparte family; The sepulchres of Etruria; Valerie Du- 
clos; Education of the citizen; The myth: The sunken rock; 
Popular cultivation of music; Ebcnezcr Elliott; The sanitary 
movement; Washington and his contemporaries; Edmund 
Athcrton; Memorabilia of the 17th century in Britain; Ruined 
cities of Central America; The ivory mine; Secret societies of 
modern Europe; Francis Jeffrey. 



172 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Chambers's papers for the people, continued. 

II. Arctic explorations; Social Utopias; The speculator; Carthage 
and the Carthaginians; Recent discoveries in astronomy; The 
white swallow; Mechanics' institutions; Thomas Campbell; 
The Bourbon family; California; The black pocket-book; 
Fenelon; Every -day life of the Greeks; Lady Marjory St 
Just; Science of the sunbeam; Sir Robert Peel. 

III. Secret societies in the middle ages; Rajah Brooke and Borneo; 

The last of the Ruthvens; The education movement; Antarctic 
explorations; The queen of spades; Antonio Melidori; Jewish 
life in central Europe; William Wordsworth; The microscope 
and its marvels; Pre-Columbian discovery of America; Her- 
mann; Public libraries; Australia and van Diemen's land; 
The Lone star; Religion of the Greeks; Heyne, a biography. 

IV. Water supply of towns; Ancient Scandinavia: The lost letter; 

The somnambule: Life in an Indiaman; The law of storms; 
Santillian's choice; Isthmus of Panama; Daniel De Foe; Ocean 
routes; Cromwell and his contemporaries; Life at Gracfenberg; 
The black gondola; Ancient philosophic sects: The wonders 
of human folly; Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. 
V. Recent decorative art; Alchemy and the alchemists: The lost 
laird; German poets and poetry; The deserts of Alrica; Sigis- 
mund Temple; Electric communications; Fichte, a biography; 
Ancient rites and mysteries; Siberia; Harrictte, or the rash 
reply; Childhood of experimental philosophy; Confucius; The 
temptation; Siam and the Siamese; Thomas Moore. 
VI. Isthmus of Suez; Animal instincts and intelligence; Realized 
wishes; Troubadours and trouveres; New Zealand; Tower of 
Fontenay; Heiress of the Vaughans; Industrial investments 
and associations : Lord Brougham; Railway communications; 
Incas of Peru; Marfreda, or the Icelanders: What is philoso- 
phy? European intercourse with Japan; The half-caste; The 
progress of America; Duke of Wellington. 

Chambord, Henri Charles F. M. Dieudonne' d'Artois, due de Bordeaux, 

cotntedc,b. 1820. Field, Mrs. H. M. Home sketches in France. 1875. 27 &M 

King, E. French political leader? 737.6 

Note. m See Men of the time for 1870, Vapereau's Dictionnaire des contempo- 
rains, and Harper's monthly, vol. 64. 

Cham fort, Sebastien R. N. t French satirist, b. 1741, d. 1793. See Mathews, 

W. Hours with men and books 1937-35 

Chamier, Frederick. Ben Brace : the last of Nelson's Agamemnons. Lon- 
don, n. d. 16 9t8.rr 

Jack Adams ; or, the mutiny of the Bounty. London, N. D. 16 . . 918.12 

The life of a sailor. London, N. d. i6° 918.13 

Tom Bowling. London, N. D. 16 918.14 

Chamisso, Louis Charles Adelaide de, called Adalbert von, naturalist, foet, 
and novelist, b. 1781, d. 1838. Peter Schlemihl. From the German 
by Sir J. Bowring. With plates by G. Cruikshank. N. Y. f 1874. 12 953.25 
Hedge, F. H. Prose writers of Germany. 1856. 1926.37 

Note. For specimens of Chamisso's poetry see Baskerville's Poetry of Ger- 
many, and Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe. 

Champeaux, Alfred de. Tapestry. [Translated from the French by Mrs. 
R. F. Sketchley.] With woodcuts. New York, [1878.] 8°. [Maskell, 
W., ed. South Kensington museum art handbooks.] 625.26 

Champlain, Samuel de, discoverer of Lake Cham plain, b. 1567, d. 1635. 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. de. History of New France. . . . v. 1-2 of 879.30 
Higginson, T. W. A book of American explorers. [985-1631.] . . 1289 

Parkman, F. Pioneers of France in the new world. v. 1 of 863.15 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 

Champlain, Lake. De Costa, B. F. Notes on Lake Champlain. . . . 332.12 

Palmer, P. S. History of Lake Champlain, 1609-1814 875.10 

Note. See Hemen way's Vermont historical gazetteer, vol. 1, pp. 657-707. 



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Champlin, John D.,jr. The child's catechism of common things. New 

York, 1880. 16 137.2 

Young folks' astronomy. Illustrated. New York, 1881. 16 . . . 137.3 

Young folks' cyclopaedia of common things. With illustrations. New 

York, 1880. 8° R. L. 

Young folks' cyclopaedia of persons and places. With illustrations. 

New York, 1881. 8° R.L. 

Young folks' history of the war for the union. Illustrated. N.Y., 188 1. 8° 128.24 
Champney, George M. History of Woburn, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. 

History of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Champney, Lizzie W. All around a palette. Illustrated. Bost., 1878. 16 138.16 

Bourbon lilies. A story of artist life. Boston, 1878. 16 96417 

In the sky-garden. Illustrated. Boston, 1877. 16 138.34 

Rosemary and Rue. Boston, 1881. 16 [Round-robin series.] . . . 978 41 
Chance acquaintance, A. [Sequel to Their wedding journey.] Ho wells, 

W.D 9763 

Chance child, A. [A tale.] Mayo, Isabella F v. 6 of 968.29 

Chance, A, for himself. [Sequel to Jack Hazard.] Trowbridge, J. T. . 124.28 
Chancellorsville. Dodge, T. A. Campaign of Chancellorsville. 1881. 868.43 

Doubleday, A. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. [1863.] 1882. . . 869.6 

Swinton, W. Campaigns of the army of the Potomac. 1866. . . . 868.48 
Chances, The : comedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. v. 1 of 1868.20; v. 3 of 1859.9 
Chandler, Alfred Dupont. A bicycle tour in England and Wales, 1879. 

With an appendix on the use of the bicycle. Maps and illustrations. 

Boston, 1881. 12 225.9 

Chandler, Peleg W. Memoir of governor Andrew, with personal remi- 
niscences. [Also] Two literary discourses, and the valedictory address. 

[Portrait and plates.] Boston, 1880. 12 774-8 

Chandler, Seth. History of Shirley, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. History 

of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 87S.26 

Chandler, Zachariah, American statesman, b. 181 3, d. 1879. Memorial 

addresses on [his] life and character. See United States. Congressional 

documents. 
Chaney, George Leonard. "Al6ha!" A Hawaiian salutation. [Map 

and illustrations.] Boston, 1880. 12 342-3 

F. Grant and Co., or, partnerships. Boston, 1875. I ^° 123.1 

Sermon on the death of Abraham Lincoln. [Sermons preached in 

Boston on the death of Lincoln.] 1647.4 

Tom. A home story. Boston, 1877. 16 123.2 

Change, A, of base. [A parlor drama.] Curtis, Ariana W 1861.23 

Channel islands. Ansted, D. T., and Latham, R. G. The Channel islands. 

1862 34424 

Benjamin, S. G. W. The Atlantic islands. 1878 345* T 7 

The world's paradises. 1880 213.2 

Waring, G. E.,/r. A farmer's vacation. [Jersey, Guernsey, Sark. 1873.] 232.49 
Channing, Edward T. Life of William Ellery. [Sparks, J., ed. Library 

of American biography.] v. 6 of 762.5 

Channing, Walter. A physician's vacation. [1852.] Boston, 1856. 8° 222.26 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878. .... 718.23 
Channing, William Ellery, American Unitarian divine and author, b. 1780, 

d. 1842. Discourses, reviews, and miscellanies. Boston, 1830. 8° 1648.46 



174 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Channing, William Ellery, continued. 

The perfect life : twelve discourses. Edited by W. H. Channing. Bos- 
ton, 1873. 12 1648.19 

Works. Fourteenth edition, with an introduction. Boston, 1S55. 6 v. 

in 3. 12 1131.27 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Character and writings of Milton; Life and character of Napo- 
leon Bonaparte; Character and writings of Fcnelon; Moral 
argument against Calvinism ; National literature; Remarks on 
associations ; The union ; Education. 
II. Slavery. The abolitionists; Annexation of Texas; Catholicism; 
Creeds; Address on temperance; Self-culture. 

III. Discourses: Preaching Christ, discourse at the ordination of T. 

E. Abbott; War; Unitarian Christianity, discourse at the 
ordination of J. Sparks; Evidences of revealed religion; De- 
mands of the age on the ministry, discourse at the ordination 
of E. 8. Gannett; Unitarian Christianity most favorable to 
piety: The great purpose of Christianity, discourse at the 
installation of M. I. Motte; Likeness to God, discourse at the 
ordination of F. A. Farley; The Christian ministry; Duties of 
children; Honor due to all men; Evidences of Christianity. 

IV. Discourses : Character of Christ ; Christianity a rational religion ; 

Spiritual freedom; Self-denial; The imitablcness of Christ's 
character; The evil of sin: Immortality; Love to Christ; The' 
future life; War; Ministry for the poor; Christian worship; 
The Sunday-school : The philanthropist, a tribute to the mem- 
ory of Noan Worcester. 
V. Remarks on the slavery question; Lecture on war; Lecture on 
the elevation of the laboring portion of the community; Dis- 
course on the death of the Rev. Dr. Follen; Charges at the 
ordinations of C Barnard, F. T. Gray, R. C. Waterston, and 
J. S. Dwight; Miscellanies; Appendix. 
VI. Emancipation; Life and character of the Rev. J. Tuckerman; 
The present age; The church: Duty of the free states; Address 
on the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies. 

Same. New and complete edition, rearranged. Boston, 188 1. 8° 1131*35 

Bartol, C. A. Principles and portraits. 1880 1937.12 

Bellows, R. N., ed. The Channing centenary in America, Great Britain, 

and Ireland. 1881 778-37 

Brooks, C. T. William Ellery Channing: a centennial memory. 1880. 778.4 

Channing, W. H. Life of William Ellery Channing. 1880 778-3° 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878 718.23 

Note. See further accounts of Channing in Aliibone, Duyckinck, Griswold, 
and the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 5. 

Channing, William Ellery, and Aikin, Lucy Correspondence, from 1826 

to 1842. Edited by Anna L. Le Breton. Boston, 1874. 12° .... 1131.15 
Channing, William Ellery, nephew of Channing, the Unitarian divine. 

Thoreau : the poet-naturalist. With memorial verses. Bost., 1873. 12 777.18 
Channing, William Henry. Life of William Ellery Channing. Centenary 

memorial edition. [With portrait.] Boston, 1880. 8° . . . . 778.30 

Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. See Emerson, R. W., and others. 

Channings, The. [A novel.] Wood, Ellen P 949* 30 

Chantrey, Sir Francis, English sculptor, b. 1782, d. 1841. See Edgar, J. G. 

Footprints of famous men. 1878 147.8 

Chapel, The, of the hermits. Whittier, J. G. . v. 1 of 1836.20; v. 2 of 1836.43 
Chapelain, Jean, French poet and critic, b. 1595, d. 1674. See Guizot, 

F. P. G. Corneille and his times 748.18 

Chapin, Edwin Hubbell, American Universalist olivine, b. 1814, d. 1S80. 
God's requirements, and other sermons. [With portrait.] New 
York, 1881. 12 1648.21 

Lessons of faith and life : discourses. [With portrait.] N. Y., 1881. 12 1648.22 



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Chapin, Edwin Hubbell, continued. 

Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 1233.30 

Chaplain, The, of the Fleet. Besant, W., and Rice, J 925.18 

Chaplet, The, of pearls. Yonge, Charlotte M 933-22 

Chapman, A. W. Flora of the southern United States. The ferns by D. 

C Eaton. New York, i860. 8° 437-52 

Chapman, Benjamin. History of Gustavus Adolphus and of the thirty 

years' war. [1594-1648.] With plans. London, 1856. 8° . . . . 851.32 
Chapman, Maria Weston. Memorials of Harriet Martineau. See Marti- 
neau, Harriet. Autobiography. 

Chapters of Erie, and other essays. Adams, C F.,/r., and H x 759-9 

Chapters on animals. Hamerton, P. G 436.11 

Character. Foster, J. On decision of character. [An essay.] .... 1914.31 

Friswell, J. H. The gentle life 1 919.3 

Hopkins, M. Strength and beauty. [1874.] 1718.24 

Lieber, F. The character of the gentleman. 1847. 1718.42 

Munger, T. T. On the threshold. 1881 1718.17 

Smiles, S. Character 1718.25 

Self-help; with illustrations of character and conduct 1718.27 

Whipple, E. P. Character and characteristic men. 1S77 1 936.9 

Not*. See essay* on character in Emerson's Works, vol. 1, Hazlitt's Plain 
speaker and Table talk, and Holland's Gold foil. 
See also Conduct of life. Ethics. 

Character sketches. Thackeray, W. M v. 17 of 91 5.1 

Characteristics. [An essay.] Carlyle, T. . . v. 8 of 1126.1; v. 3 of 191 5.17 

Characteristics of [Shakespeare's] women. Jameson, A. M 1864.3 

Characteristics of the age. [A discourse.] Story, J 1136.17 

Characteristics of the present age. Fichte, J. G v. 2 of 1 138.17 

Characters of Shakespeare's plays. Hazlitt, W 1925.22 

Charades. Brewster, E. E. Parlor varieties. 1881 631.7 

Caldor, M. T. Social charades and parlor operas. 1873 631.6 

See alto Amusements and games. 

Charcoal-burner, The : a drama. Almar, G v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

Charcoal drawing. Sec Drawing. 

Charicles; or private life of the ancient Greeks. Becker, W. A. . . . 817.19 

Charities. Brace, C. L. Dangerous classes of New York, and twenty 

years' work among them. 1880. 1727.15 

Brougham, H., lord. Letter upon the abuse of charities. . . v. 1 of 11 28. 10 
Everett, E. Charitable institutions and charity. [An address.] v. 3 of 1137.28 
Fawcett, H. Pauperism, charity, and the poor law. [An essay.] . . 1916.32 

Hale, G. S. The charities of Boston v. 4 of 878.20 

Lacroix, P. Military and religious life in the middle ages. 1874. . . *6i7.i3 

Quincy, J. P. The better Samaritan. [An essay.] '747-5 

Whittier, J. G. Peculiar institutions of Massachusetts. . . . v. 2 of 1 131. 11 

Charity : a play. Gilbert, W. S v. 1 of 1861.13 

Charity. [A poem.] Cowper, W v. 1 of 1816.2 

Charlemagne. See Charles 1, the great. 

Charlemont : a tale of Kentucky. Simms, W. G 979-34 

CHARLES I, king of England, b. 1600, d. 1649. Private correspondence with 

Sir Edward Nicholas. Sec Evelyn, J. Diary v. 4 of 722.5 



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Charles I, king of England, continued. 

Abbott, J. History of Charles I. [1600-48.] 144*2 

Cordery, B. M., and Phillpotts, J. S. King and commonwealth. [1625-60.] 826.5 
Gardiner, S. R. The first two Stuarts and the Puritan revolution. 1603-60. 861.23 
Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 1 of 826.9 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 4 of 718.9 
Mackintosh, Sir J. Refutation of the claim on behalf of Charles 1, to 

the authorship of Ic6n Basilike*. 1851 1127.22 

Milton, J. Eikonoklastes ; in answer to "Eikon BasilikeV' . . v. 1 of 1121.9 
Robbins, C. The regicides sheltered in New England. [A lecture.] . 876.25 
Timbs, J. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls. [Holmby house.] v. 2 of 226.5 

Note. See Hallam's Constitutional history, vol. x-», Clarendoo's Rebellion, 
Knight's England, vol. 3-4, Smyth's Lectures, vol. 1, Forster's Statesmen 
of the commonwealth, and references under Pym, Hampden, Cromwell, 
and Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles 1. See also the general histories 
of England, and Havard's King Charles 1, a tragedy. 

Charles ii, king of England, b. 1630, d. 1685. Abbott, J. History of 

Charles ir. [1630-85.] 144-3 

Carrel, J. B. N. Armand. History of the counter-revolution under 

Charles 11 and James 11. [1658-89.] 826*8 

Hale, E. The fall of the Stuarts, and western Europe. 1678-97. . . 861.24 
Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 2 of 826.9 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 6 of 718.9 




Monk, and biographical sketches of the court of Charles 11 in Jesse's 
Court of England, vol. 3. 

Charles i, the great (Charlemagne), king of France, and emperor of the 

West,b, 742, d. 814. Bulfinch, T. Legends of Charlemagne. [1862.] 1729.16 
De Quincey, T. Biographical and historical essays. .... ▼. 6 of 1125.13 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860 147.10 

James, G. P. R. History of Charlemagne. [742-814.] 833.15 

Mul linger, J. B. Schools of Charles the great. 1877 1765.21 

Stanhope, P. H., earl Stanhope, The legends of Charlemagne. [An 

essay.] v. 2 of 1919.26 

Note, See Guizot's History of France, vol. 1, Kitchin's France, vol. x. 
Bryce's Holy Roman empire, Van Laun's French literature, vol. 1, and 
Bush's Queens of Charlemagne [v. x of 737.37 J. 

Charles viii, king of France, b. 1470, d. 1498. Commines, P. de. Memoirs : 

containing the histories of Louis XI and Charles viii 738.14 

Symonds, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. Age of the despots. . . v. 1 of 614.12 

Note. See Guizot's History of France, vol. 3, Roscoe's Leo x, voL x, and 
Bush's Anne of Brittany, queen of Charles viu [v. x of 737.27]. 

Charles ix, king of France, b. 1550, d. 1574. See White, H. Massacre of 

St. Bartholomew, [and] religious wars in the reign of Charles ix. . . 1658.15 

Note. See Guizot's History of France, vol. 4, Kitchin's France, vol. a, 
Besant's Gaspard de Coligny, and Bush's Elizabeth of Austria, queen 
ot Charles ix [v. x of 737.27J. 

Charles x, king of France, b. 1757, d. 1836. See Guizot, F. P. G. Memoirs 

to illustrate the history of my time v. 1-2 of 738.27 

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C HA RLES v, emperor of Germany [ Charles I of Spain], b. 1 500, d. 1 558. Rob- 
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Same. With life after his abdication by W. H. Prescott 

• [1856-58.] 832.12 

Stirling, W. Cloister life of Charles v. [1556-58.] 1853 758.19 

Not*. Consult Motley's Dutch republic, Merle d'Aubignl's Reformation in 
the tame of Calvin, and SchlcgeTs Lectures on modern history. 

Charles ii, king of Spain, b. 1661, d. 1700. See Stanhope, A. Spain under 

Charles 11. [1690-99.] 1844 854.21 

Charles xii, king of Sweden, b. 1682, d. 17 18. Parton, J. People's book 

of biography. [186S.] 719 17 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. History of Charles xn. [1682-1718.] . . . 851.21 

Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 1880 711.29 

Charles, the bold, duke of Burgundy, b. 1433, d. 1477. Commines, P. de. 

Memoirs : containing the history of Charles the bold 738.14 

Freeman, E. A. Charles the bold. [An historical essay.] . . v. 1 of 1917.26 

Kirk, J. F. History of Charles the bold. [1433-77.] 842.15 

Charles d'Orl^ans, comte d?Angoulime, b. 1391, d. 1465. fiesant, W. 

Studies in early French poetry. 1877 1925.18 

Stevenson, R. L. Familiar studies of men and books. 1882. . . . 1918.26 
Charles Edward Stuart, Prince, the "young" pretender, b. 1720,1/. 1788. 

Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the pretenders . 826.6 

Macdonald, J. Narrative of prince Charlie's escape v. 10 of 91 1.2 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Historical sketches of the reign of George 11. v. 1 of 827.11 

Note. See Aytoun's Lays of the Scottish cavaliers, and Stanhope's History 
of England, vol. 3-4. Scott's Redgauntlet and Waverley treat of this 
period. 

Charles Martel, duke of the Franks, b. 694, d. 741. See Hewlett, H. G. 

Heroes of Europe, i860. 147.10 

Charles, Elizabeth R. Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family. [Times 

of Luther and the reformation.] New York, N. D. 12 . . . . 937.19 
Diary of Kitty Trevylyan. Story of the tynes of Whitefield and the 

Wesleys. New York, N. D. 12 937-15 

The Draytons and the Davenants. A story of the civil wars. New 

York, N. D. 12 937-i6 

The early dawn ; or Christian life in England in the olden time. New 

York,N.D. 12 937-21 

Joan the maid. New York, 1879. 12 937* >7 

The martyrs of Spain. [Also] The liberators of Holland. N.Y., 1876. 16 937.1 
On both sides of the sea. Sequel to " The Draytons and the Davenants." 

New York, N. D. 12 937-i8 

Winifred Bertram. New York, N. D. 12 937.20 

Field, Mrs. H. M. Visit to the author of the Schonberg-Cotta family. 

1875. 228.24 

Charles ii : a comedy. Payne, J. H v. 3 of 1857.3 

Charles xii : an historical drama. Planchl, J. R v. 6 of 1857.3 

Charles Auchester. A memorial. Sheppard, Elizabeth S 949*33 

Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon. Lever, C. J 913.12 

Charlestown, Mass. Drake, S. A. History of Middlesex county, v. 1 of 878.26 

Old landmarks and historic fields of Middlesex. 1876. .... 877.5 



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Early records of Charlestown. [Young, A. Chronicles "of the first 

planters of Massachusetts bay.] 876.19 

Edes, H. H. Charlestown in the colonial, and in the provincial period. 

v. 1-2 of 878.20 
Charlestown in the last hundred years v. 3 of 878.20 

Charlevoix, Pierre Fiancois Xavier de, French Jesuit missionary and his- 
torian, 6, 1682, d. 1 761. History and description of New France. [1477- 
l 73&] Translated, with notes, by J. G. Shea. [With maps and por- 
traits.] New York, 1866-72. 6 v. L. 8° 879.30 

Charley, W. T. Flax and linen. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufactur- 
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Charlie Bell. [A book for boys.] Kellogg, E ,124-2 

Charlotte, of Savoy \ queen of Louis XI of France, b. 1425, d. 1483. See 

Bush, A. F. Memoirs of the queens of France. v. 1 of 737-27 

Charlotte Caroline Augusta, princess of Wales, b. 1796, d. 1817. Knight, 

C. Personal reminiscences 1918.10 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 8 of 718.9 
Southey, R. Carmen nuptiale; [also] Funeral song for the princess 

Charlotte v. 5 of 1817.7 

Charlotte Sophia, queen of George III of England, b. 1744, d. 1818. See 

Doran, J. Queens of England of the house of Hanover. . . . v. 2 of 717.19 

Charlotte and Lucy Temple. [A novel.] Rowson, Susanna. .... 961*3 

Charlotte's inheritance. [Sequel to Birds of prey.] Maxwell, Mary E. 9494 1 

Charteris, Francis Wemyss, baron Elcho, English statesman, £.1818. See 

National portrait gallery. v. 3 of 719.32 

Chartier, Alain, French historian and poet, d. 1458. See Besant, W. 

Studies in early French poetry 1925.18 

Chartism. [An essay.] Carlyle, T v. 10 of 1126.1 

Note. See an essay on the Chartists in Scribner's monthly, toL 93. 
Chase, Salmon Portland, chief justice of the United States, b. 1808, d. 1873. 

Schuckers, J. W. Life and public services of S. P. Chase. 1874. 776.24 

Stowe, H. E. B. Men of our times. 1868. 764.10 

Trowbridge, J. T. The ferry boy and the financier. [A book for boys.] 146.13 
Chase, William M., American painter, b. 1849. &* Sheldon, G. W. Ameri- 
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Chasing the sun ; or rambles in Norway. Ballantyne, R. M. . . . v. 4 of m.i 
Chasot, Lieut., favorite of Frederick II. See Mueller, F. M. Chips from a 

German workshop v. 3 of 1929.23 

Chastelard : a tragedy. Swinburne, A. C 1826.7 

Chateaubriand, Renl Francois Auguste, vicomte de, French statesman, 
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London, 1853. 2 v. 12 748.5 

The genius of Christianity. New translation, with a biographical notice 
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Baltimore, 1863. 8° 1627.21 

The martyrs. Revised translation, edited by O. W. Wight New York, 

1878. 12 959*3° 

Alison, Sir A. Miscellaneous essays. 1868. ......... 191945 

Greg, W. R. Literary and social judgments. 1873 1926.20 



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Prescott, \V. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. • • • I 93^-34 
Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 1939 37 

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Longfellow's Poets of Europe, and the Memoirs and correspondence of 
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Chatham, Earl of . See Pitt, William. 

Chatham, Mass. Freeman, F. Annals of Chatham. [1 665-1 863.] v. 2 of 877.33 

Chatrian, Alexandre. [Novels.] See Erckmann, Emile. 

Chatterton, Thomas, English poet, b. 1752, d. 1770. Poetical works. 

With a memoir [and portrait]. Boston. 1879. 2 v. in 1. 12° . . 1815.8 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876. 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Note. See Ward's English poets, vol. 3, and Scott's review [v. 17 of 1x33.7]. 

Chatto, William A. Treatise on wood engraving. See Jackson, John. 
Chaucer, Geoffrey, English poet, b. 1328, d. 1400. The parlament of foules. 

Edited, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by T. R. Lounsbury. 

Boston, 1877. 12 1818.8 

Poetical works. [Also] Poems attributed to Chaucer. Edited by A. 

Gilman. [With portrait.] Boston, 1880. 3 v. 12 181 5.9 

Contents. 

Vol. I. The times and the poet, by A. Gilman; On reading Chaucer; 
Astrological terms and divisions of time; Biblical references; 
The Canterbury tales. 
II. The Canterbury tales; Minor poems: Chaucer's A. B. C; The 
compleynte to pite; Dethe of Blaunche the duchesse; The par- 
lemcnt of foules; The compleynt of Mars; The compleynte of 
faire Anelyda and false Arcyte; The former age; Troy his and 
Cryseyde. 
III. Minor poems: The house of fame; Legendc of goode women; 
Miscellanies; Poems attributed to Chaucer: The romaunt of 
the rose; The court of love; The flower and the leaf; The 
cuckow and the nightingale; A goodly ballade; A praise of 
women; Chaucer's dream; VireUu; Chaucer's prophesy; Go 
forth. King. 

Dryden, J. Tales from Chaucer ; [Palamon and Arcite; The cock and 

the fox ; The flower and the leaf ; The wife of Bath.] . . . v. 2 of 1816.3 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7*4-30 

Lowell, J. R. My study windows. 1880, 1936.27 

Morley, H. English writers. From Chaucer to Dunbar. 1867. . . 11 14.42 

Ward, A. W. Chaucer. [A biography.] 1880 7 x 3-5 

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English poets, vol. z, Taine's English literature, vol. 1, Scott's Critical 
review [v. 17 of xiar^J, Disraelis Amenities of literature, vol. 1, and 
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Chauncy, Charles, American divine, b. 1705, d. 1787. Discourse on " the 
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Chautauqua girls, The, at home. Alden, Isabella M 132.25 

Chauvenet, William. Navigation and nautical astronomy. [Enlarged by 

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Treatise on elementary geometry. Philadelphia, 1879. 8° • - • • 4 I 4« , 7 
Treatise on plane and spherical trigonometry. Ninth edition. Phila- 
delphia, 1876. 8° '. . 414.20 



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Chavasse, P. H. The physical training of children. With a preliminary 

dissertation, by F. H. Getchell. Philadelphia, 187 1. 8° 661.21 

Cheadle, Walter Butler. My hunt of the silver fox. [Tales from Black- 
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The North-west passage by land. See Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, W. 
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Cheats, The, of Scapin : a farce. Otway, T v. 5 of 1859.9 

Checkers, or draughts. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. 1881. . 632.15 

Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879. 633.15 

Wood, J. G., and others. Boy's own treasury of sports and pastimes. 632.4 
Cheerfulness. See Whipple, E. P. Success and its conditions. . . . 1 936.11 
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Cheetham, Samuel. Dictionary of Christian antiquities. See Smith, William. 
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Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. Burty, P 625.35 

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Chelsea, Mass. Chamberlain, M. Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop from 

the close of the provincial period v. 3 of 878.20 

Winnisimmet, Rumney Marsh, Pullen Point, and Chelsea in the 

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Chemical history of a candle, Faraday, M 137.8 

Chemistry. Attfield, J. Chemistry ; general, medical, and pharmaceutical. 

1879 424.22 

Bloxam, C. L. Chemistry, inorganic and organic. 1873 424- 2 9 

Bowman, J. £. Practical handbook of medical chemistry. 1866. . . 424.19 

Cooke, J. P., jr. The new chemistry. 1878 526.6 

Principles of chemical philosophy. 1879 4 2 4* 2 3 

Elderhorst, W. Manual of qualitative blow-pipe analysis 424.13 

Faraday, M. Chemical history of a candle. 1878 • 137.8 

Fresenius, C. R. Manual of qualitative chemical analysis. 1879. . . 424.33 

Quantitative chemical analysis. 1879 424*34 

Jenkins, T. E. Chemical and pharmaceutical processes. . . v. 4 of 1555*12 

Johnston, J. F. W. Chemistry of common life. 1880 424.20 

Liveing, G. D. On the transmutation of matter. (An essay.] v. 1 of 1917*23 

Pepper, J. H. Boy's playbook of science i37-'9 

Pynchon, T. R. Introduction to chemical physics. 1877 423.20 

Rodwell, G. F. The birth of chemistry. 1874 424.10 

Roscoe, H. E. Chemistry. [For young people.] 1879. 54 2 «3 

Roscoe, H. E., and Schorlemmer, C. Treatise on chemistry. 1878—82. 424.2S 

Smith, J. L. Progress of industrial chemistry. v. 2 of 1555.7 

Thorpe, T. E. A manual of inorganic chemistry. [1873.] 4 2 4«7 

Vogel, H. Chemistry of light and photography. 1875 526.14 

Wagner, R. Handbook of chemical technology. 1877. ••••-. 1012.17 

Watts, H. Dictionary of chemistry. 1875-79. R. L. 

First, second, and third supplement, 1875-81 R. L. 

Wells, D. A. Principles and applications of chemistry, i860. • . . 424.17 
W he well, W. History of the inductive sciences. v. 2 of 417.10 



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Chemistry, continued. 

Wurtz, C. A. The atomic theory. 1881 527.4 

Note. See a comprehensive treatise on chemistry in the Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica, vol. 5. For physiological chemistry, see the introduction to Flint's 
Physiology of man. 

See also Adulterations, Agriculture, Fermentation, Metallurgy, 
Pharmacy, Photography, Physics, Poisons, Receipts, Spectrum analysis. 

Cheney, Ednah D. Memoir of Susan Dimock. [With portrait] Boston, 

1875. Sq.8<> 773- 2 7 

A mother's thought. [Brackett, A. C, ed. Education of American 

girls.] , . . . . 1763.19 

Sally Williams, the mountain girl. Illustrated. Boston, [1872.] 

Sq. 1 6° [Maidenhood series.] 134*18 

Women of Boston. [Winsor, ].,ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

Cheney, Mary Bushnell, editor. Life and letters of Horace Bushnell. 

[With portraits.] New York, 1880. 8° 778.36 

Cherbuliez, Victor, French novelist, b. 1832. Count Kostia. Translated 

by O. D. Ashley. N.Y., 1873. I 6°» [Leisure hour series.] . . . 979.2 

Meta Holdenis. A novel. From the French. New York, 1877. 12 956.15 

The romance of an honest woman. [From the French.] Bost., 1874. 12 956.16 

Cherry, Andrew. The soldier's daughter. [French's Standard drama.] 

v. 13 of 1857.3 

Cherry and Violet: a tale of the great plague. Manning, Anne. . . . 931.10 

Cherubini, Luigi Carlo Z. M. P., Italian music composer, b. 1760, d. 1842. 

Chorley, H. F. Modern German music. [1854.] ...... 623.15 

Ferris, G. T. Great Italian and French composers. 1879 7 X 44 

Keddie, H, Musical composers and their works. 1878 7-4- 11 

Note. See Grove's Dictionary of music, vol. 1, and Hiller's reminiscences in 
Macmillan's magazine, vol. 3a. 

Chesney, Charles Corn wallis. Essays in military biography. N.Y M i874. 8° 1918.28 

Contents. Military life of Gen. Grant; Memoir of Gen. Lee; Admirals Far- 
ragut and Porter and the navy of the union; A northern raider in the 
civil war [Ulric Dahlgren]; De Fezensac's recollections of the Grand 
army; Henry von Brandt, a German soldier of the first empire; Corn- 
wall is and the Indian services ; A Carolina loyalist in the revolutionary 
war; Sir William Gordon of Gordon's battery; Chinese Gordon and the 
Taiping rebellion. 

Waterloo lectures. Third edition. [With map.] London, 1874. 8° 842.11 
Chesney, Francis Rawdon, military engineer, b. 1789, d. 1872. The Russo- 

Turkish campaigns of 1828 and 1829. With maps. Lond., 1854. 12 853.23 
Chesney, George. The battle of Dorking. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 2 of 91 1.2 

The dilemma. A novel. New York, v. D. 8° 929.65 

Chess. Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879 633.15 

Meyer, H. F. L. Complete guide to the game of chess. 1882. . . . 633.23 

Morphy, P. Games : a selection of the best games played in Europe 

and America. With notes [and a memoir] by J. Lowenthal. i860. 633.13 

Staunton, H. The chess-player's handbook. 1878 633.12 

Vida, M. G. Game of chess. [Translated by O. Goldsmith.] . v. 4 of 1122.22 
Chester, Greville J. On the pottery and glass found in the excavations [in 

Palestine]. See Wilson, C. W., and others. Recovery of Jerusalem. 
Chesterfield, Earl of. See Stanhope, Philip Dormer. 
Chevalier, Michel. Society, manners, and politics in the United States. 

Translated from the French. Boston, 1839. 8° 33 1.28 



1 82 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Chevalier, Sulpice Paul (Gavarni), French caricaturist, b. 1801, d. 18661 

See Gautier, T., a nd others. Famous French authors. 1879. • • • • 737*3* 

Chevallier, E. Student's manual of Oriental history. See Lenormant, F. 

Chevreul, Michel Eugene. The laws of contrast of colour. From the 

French by J. Spanton. New edition, with illustrations. Lond., K. d. 16 615.3 

Chevreuse, Marie de Rohan-Montbazon, duchesse de, French politician, b. 

1600, d. 1679. S" Cousin, V. Secret history of the French court. . . 738.12 

CHEYNEL, Francis, English nonconformist divine, b. 1608, d. 1665. •&* 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons. ........ v. 2 of 1122.17 

Chiapas. Stephens, J. L. Incidents of travel in Chiapas, etc .... 336.20 

Chicago, ///. Blanchard, R. Discovery of the North-west, with the history 

of Chicago. 1881 872.17 

Chamberlin, E. Chicago and its suburbs. 1874 872.10 

Sheahan, J. W., and Upton, G. P. The great conflagration. 187 1. . 32947 
Note. See a descriptive paper in Harper's monthly, vol. 61. 

Chickering, Jonas, piano-forte maker, b. 1798, d. 1853. See McCabe, J. D. 

Great fortunes, and how they were made 762.21 

Chicot the jester. Sequel to " Marguerite de Valois." Dumas, A. D. . . 957.12 
Child, Francis James, editor. English and Scottish ballads. Boston, 1878. 

8 v. in 4. 12 1815.10 

Child, George Chaplin, M. D. Benedicite : God manifested in his works. 

New York, 1878. 2 v. in 1. 12 1611.11 

Child, Lydia Maria, American authoress and philanthropist, b. 1802, d. 1880. 

Isaac T. Hopper. [With portraits.] Boston, 1853. 12 . . . 779.2 

Memoirs of mad a me de Stael and madame Roland. New edition, 

revised and enlarged. Boston, 1861. 12 7497 

The progress of religious ideas. New York, 1855. 3 V. 8° . . . . 1666.23 

Rainbows for children. With illustrations. Boston, 1875. Sq. 12 . 131.24 

Note. See notices of Mrs. Child in Griswold's Prose writers, and Duydrinck's 
American literature, vol. a. 

Child life: a collection of poems. - Whittier, J. G 117.2 

Child life in prose. Whittier, J. G. . •- 117.1 

Child of the island glen. [A story for boys.] Kellogg, E. 124.10 

Child's book of nature. Hooker, W 138.3 

Child's catechism of common things. Champlin, J. D.,/r. 137.2 

Child's dream of a star. Dickens, C. J. H v. 5 of 968.29 

Child's history of England. Dickens, C. J. H 127.28; v. 27 of 919.1 

Child's history of Greece. Bonner, J 127.3 

Child's history of Rome. Bonner, J 1274 

Child's history of the United States. Bonner, J 128.3 

Childe, John, American engineer, b. 1802, d. 1858. See Stuart, C. B. Lives 

of civil and military engineers of America. 764.21 

Childe Harold's pilgrimage. Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 2 of 18156 

Childers, Hugh Culling Eardley, English statesman, b. 1827. See Higgin- 

son, T. W. English statesmen 7'5-4 

Childhood, The, of religions. Clodd, E 16664 

Childhood, The, of the world. Clodd, E 138.18 

Childhood songs. Larcom, Lucy 117.3 

Children. Abbott, J. Gentle measures in the training of the young. 1871. 1763.21 

Beecher, C. E. Religious training of children. 1864 1629.32 



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Children, continued. 

Beecher, C. E. y and Stowc, H. E. B. The American woman's home. 1869. 669.44 

Boyd, A. K. H. The sorrows of childhood. [An essay.] I 9 I 9* I 3 

Channing, W. E. The duties of children. [A discourse.] v. 3 of 1 131.27 ; 1 131*35 

Chavasse, P. H. The physical training of children. 187 1 661.21 

Fonssagrives, J. B. The mother's work with sick children. [1872.] . 661. n 

Hale, A. M. Management of children in sickness and health. 1880. 661.3 

Jackson, H. M. Bits of talk about home matters. 1879. 1948.3 

Plutarchus. Discourse touching the training of children. . . v. 1 of 17 17.15 

Trail, R. T. The mother's hygienic hand-book. 1874 661.17 

Vogel, A. Practical treatise on the diseases of children. 187 1. . . . 661.25 
See also Amusements and games. Education, Home. 

Children, The, of the abbey. Roche, Regina M 93 2 -9 

Children, The, of the New forest. Marryat, F 9 I 9'3* 

Children, The, of the public. Hale, E. E 975«">; v. 6 of 968.29 

Children's book, The : a collection of the best and most famous stories 

and poems. Scudder, H. E. 117.20 

Chili. Boyd, R. N. Chili : sketches during the war, 1879-80. 188 1. . . 338.14 

Dahlgren, M. V. South sea sketches. [1867-68 ] 1881 338.13 

Gallenga, A. South America. 1880 337*37 

Hill, S. S. Travels in Peru and Mexico [and a journey to Santiago], i860. 338.15 

King, J. W. War-ships and navies of the world. 1880 R. L. 

Chilo, or Chi Ion, Greek philosopher, ephor of Sparta, flourished B. C. 556. 

See Frf nelon, F. de S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers. 743*3 

Chimera, The. [A mythological story.] Hawthorne, N l 3&-3 

Chi may, Jeanne Marie T. C, prineesse de, formerly madame Tallien, b. 

1773, «/- 1835. See C hall ice, A. E. Illustrious women of France. . . 737.17 

Chimes, The. [A Christmas story.] Dickens, C. J. H v. 12 of 9191 

Chimney-corner, The : a domestic drama. Craven, H. T. . v. 44-45 of 1857.3 

Chimney-corner, The. [Essays.] Stowe, Harriet E. B 1948.23 

China, History and description. 

Bax, B. W. The eastern seas : voyage of H. M. S. " Dwarf." [1871-74.] 313.9 

Brine, L. The Taeping rebellion in China. [1848-62.] 858.8 

Chesney, C. C. Chinese Gordon and the Taiping rebellion. [An essay.] 1918.28 

De Quincey, T. China [and the Chinese question] v. 12 of 11 25.13 

Doolittle, J. Social life of the Chinese. [1861-65.] 3 X 3»7 

Eden, C. H. China, historical and descriptive. 1880 3 '2.4 

Fortune, R. Two visits to the tea countries of China. [1843-49.] . 313.4 

Gray, J. H. China : laws, manners, and customs of the people. 1878. 314.3 

Hue, E. R. Journey through the Chinese empire. [1849-51.] . . . 312.8 

Recollections of Tartary, Thibet, and China. 1844-46. .... 312.3 

King, J. W. War-ships and navies of the world. 1880 R. L. 

Kip, W. I. Glimpses of the court of China, 1773 1663.9 

Knox, T. W. The boy travellers in the far East. 1880. . . . v. 1 of 127.40 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878 181 1.8 

Margary, A. R. Journey from Shanghae to Bhamo. [1874.] .... 313.15 

Meadows, T. T. The Chinese and their rebellions [to 1854] 858.24 

Medhurst, W. H. China : its state and prospects. 1838 313*12 

Med hurst, W. H. The foreigner in far Cathay. 1873 312.6 

Oliphant, L. The earl of Elgin's mission to China and Japan. 1857-59. 314*5 



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China. History and description, continued. 

Polo, M. Book of Ser Marco Polo concerning the kingdoms and mar- 
vels of the East [1271-95.] . 314-8 

Pumpelly, R. Across America and Asia. [1860-65.] 217.6 

Simpson, W. Meeting the sun. 1874 2174 

Smith, G. Consular cities of China. 1844-46. 312,9 

Taylor, B. A visit to India, China, and Japan. 1853. 245.6 

Thomson, J. Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, and China. [1862-72.] . 246.15 

Upton, E. Armies of Asia and Europe : with letters [from China]. 1878. 1749.26 

Williams, S. W. The middle kingdom. 1848 312.12 

Set alto Canton, Cora, Confucius, Thibet, Voyages and travels. 

Literature, art, and religion. 

 Douglas, R. K. Confucianism and Taouism. 1879. 16684 

Fergusson, J. History of Indian and eastern architecture. 1876. . . 627.11 

Johnson, S. Oriental religions. China. 1877 1668.36 

Legge. J- The religions of China. 1881 1668.14 

Matheson, G. Confucianism. [A lecture.] 1666.10 

Miiller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the East v. 3 and 16 of 1667.5 

White, C. A. Classic literature. 1877 11 18.15 

Whitney, W. D. Oriental and linguistic studies v. 2 of 1x12.22 

Stt alto Buddhism, Confucius, Mencius, Philosophy. 

China hunters club, The. Slosson, Annie T 625.11 

Chinchona. Markham, C. R. Introduction of the Chinchona plant into 

India. 1862 33831 

Not*. See a paper on the Cinchona forests of South America in Popular 
science monthly, vol. 17. According to Mr. Markham, the correct spelling 
is Chine kona, as the plant was named in honor of the countess Chinchon. 

Chinese immigration, in its social and economical aspects. Seward, G. F. 1748.33 

Chips from a German workshop. Miiller, F. Max 1929.23 

Chisholm, Caroline, English philanthropist, b. 18 10, d. 1877. See Smiles, 

S. Brief biographies 7H» I 9 

Chittenden, N. W. Life of Sir Isaac Newton. See Newton, Sir I. Prin- 

cipia 4»5- , 5 

Chivalry and knighthood. Bui finch, T. Age of chivalry. [1858.] . . 1729.15 
Dunlop, W. History of fiction. [Romances of chivalry.] .... 11 17.23 

James, G. P. R. History of chivalry. 1830 * 7*9-4 

Lacroix, P. Military and religious life in the middle ages. 1874. . . *6i7.r$ 
Malory, Sir T. Morte Darthur. With an introduction [containing an 

essay on chivalry] by Sir £. Strachey. 1868 1729.9 

Porter, W. History of the knights of Malta. 1858. 1729.25 

Scott, Sir W. Essay on chivalry v. 6 of 1 123.7 

Note. See references under Arthur, Crusades, and Middle ages. 

Chloral. Hubbard, H. The opium habit and alcoholism. 1881. . . . 662.8 

Kane, H. H. Drugs that enslave. 1881 662.6 

C ho ate, Rufus, American advocate, b. 1 799, d. 1858. Addresses and ora- 
tions. Second edition. Boston, 1878. 12 "37-I 1 

Contents. Importance of illustrating New England history by a series of 
romances like the Wavcrlcy novels, 1833 ; The colonial age of New Eng- 
land, 1834; The age of the pilgrims the heroic period of our history, 1843; 
The power of a state developed by mental culture, 1844; Position and 
functions of the American bar, as an element of conservatism in the state, 
1845 ; Eloquence of revolutionary periods, 1857 ; Address at the dedication 
of the Pcabody institute, 1854; Remarks on the death of Webster, 185a; 
Discourse commemorative of Webster, 1853 ; Speeches, 1844-59. 



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Choate, Rufus, continued. 

Brown, S. G. Life of Rufus Choate. 1879 776.5 

Everett, E. Rufus Choate. [A tribute to his memory.] . . v. 4 of 1137.28 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879 1233.19 

Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 I2 33-3° 

Whipple, E. P. Essays and reviews. 1878 v. 2 of 1936.8 

Chokphori, or the libation-pourers : a tragedy. iEschylus. 1856.5 

Choice autobiographies. See Howells, W. D., ed. 

Cholera. See Bigelow, J. Modern inquiries. 663.19 

Chomet, Antoine J. H. The influence of music on health and life. Trans- 
lated from the French by Laura A. Flint. New York, 1875. 18 . . 623.3 

Chopin, Francois Fr^deVic, composer and pianist, b. 1809, **• 1849. Ferris, 

G. T. The great German composers. 1880 7M-3 

Great violinists and pianists. 188 1 7?4*6 

Haweis, H. R. Music and morals 623.18 

Hue fife r, F. Musical studies. 1880 623.26 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 1878. 7M- 11 

Liszt, F. Life of Chopin. 1863 753*4 

Note. See Recent music and musicians by Moschelcs, and Grove's Diction- 
ary of music, vol. 1. 

Chops the dwarf. [A tale.] Dickens, C. J. H v. 1 of 968.29 

Chorley, Henry Fothergill, English poet and musical critic, b. 1808, d. 1872. 

Memorials of Mrs. Hemans. [Portrait.] London, 1836. 2 v. 8° 731.21 

Modern German music. London, N. D. 2 v. in 1. 12 623.15 

Personal reminiscences. New York, 1875. Sq. 12 . [Stoddard, R. H., 

ed. Bric-a-brac series.] 1918.8 

Choules, John Overton. The cruise of the steam yacht North Star : ex- 
cursion of Mr. Vanderbilt's party to England, etc. Boston, 1854. 12 221.20 

Christ. See Jesus Christ 

Christ and modern thought. [Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.2 

Christ's hospital, London. Lamb, C. Christ's hospital five-and-thirty years 

ago; Recollections of Christ's hospital v. 3-4 of 11 24.9 

Mathews, W. An hour at Christ's hospital. [An essay.] * 937-35 

Staunton, H. The great schools of England. 1877 x 765>5 

Christabel. [A poem.] Coleridge, S. T. . . . v. 7 of 1 124.17; v. 1 of 1816.1 

Christian antiquities. See Antiquities. 

Christian art. See Art 

Christian character and life. Abbott, J. The young Christian. 1882. . 1629.30 

Bunyan, J. Pilgrim's progress 912.24; *i624.i4 

Burr, E. F. Toward the strait gate. 1875 > 629.34 

Cheever, G. B. Lectures on the Pilgrim's progress. 1847 1629.43 

Haven, C. A. Beginning and growth of the Christian life. 1867. . . 1629.15 

Hopkins, M. Strength and beauty. [1874.] 1718.24 

Martineau, J. Endeavours after the Christian life. 1848 1649.18 

Munger, T. T. On the threshold. 1881 17 18.17 

Thomas a Kern pis. On the imitation of Christ. [1876.] 1629.4 

Ware, H.,/r. Formation of the Christian character, and progress of 

the Christian life. 1874 1629.7 

Christian hymns for public and private worship. Boston, 1857. 12 . . 1021.6 

Christian morals. Blackie, J. S. Four phases of morals. 1874. . . .1716.16 



1 86 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Christian morals, continued. 

Browne, Sir T. Christian morals. 1881 1629.9 

Hopkins, M. Law of love and love as a law. 1881 1716.12 

Wuttke, C. F. A. Christian ethics. 1873 1716.19 

Christian singers of Germany. Winkworth, Catherine. 1927.22 

Christian year, The. Keble, J 18249 

Christian's mistake. [A novel.] Craik, Dinah M 93&-3 

Christianity. Addison, J. On the Christian religion. . * . . .v. 5 of 1122.6 
Alexander, A. Discourse on the evidences of Christianity. 1831. . . 1623.3 
American Unitarian association. Christianity and modem thought. 1880, 1648.26 
Brigham, C. H. Christianity the universal religion. [A sermon.] . . 778.13 

Chalmers, T. Evidences of Christianity. 1881 164944 

Channing, W. E. Evidences of Christianity, [and other discourses]. 

v. 3-4 of 1 131.27; 1131.35 
Chateaubriand, F. R., vicomte de. The genius of Christianity. 1863. . 1627.21 

De Quincey, T. Essays on Christianity v. 8 of 1 125. 13 

Farrar, A. S. Free thought in reference to the Christian religion. . . 1612.18 
Fisher, G. P. Essays on the supernatural origin of Christianity. 1866. 1627.30 
Flint, R. Christianity in relation to other religions. [A lecture.] . . 1666.10 

Hardwick, C. Christ and other masters. 1875 1666.9 

Jenyns, S. Internal evidence of the Christian religion. 1831. . . . 1623.3 
Leslie, C. A short and easy method with the deists. 1831. .... 1623.3 

Lundy, J. P. Monumental Christianity. 1882 614.21 

Martineau, J. Studies of Christianity. 1875 1627.20 

Murphy, J. J. The scientific bases of faith. 1873 1613.26 

Newman, J. H., cardinal. Development of Christian doctrine. 187S. 1638.16 

Paley, W. View of the evidences of Christianity. 1831 '623.3 

Parker, T. A lesson for the day ; Primitive Christianity ; The transient 

and permanent in Christianity. [Essays.] 1939.26 

Rawlinson, G. Historical evidences of the truth of the Scripture 

records. 1861 . 1614.19 

Savage, M. J. Christianity the science of manhood. 1880. .... 1627.16 

Shelley, P. B. An essay on Christianity 728.9 

Watson, R. An apology for Christianity.. 1831 1623.3 

Whately, R. Lessons on morals and Christian evidences. 1857. . • 17 16.5 

See also Bible, Church history, Jesus Christ, Religion and religions, Sermons, 
Theology. 

Christie Johnstone. A novel. Reade, C 928.1 

Christina, queen of Sweden, b. 1626, d. 1689. See Jameson, A. M. Mem- 
oirs of celebrated female sovereigns 711.26 

Christine : a Dutch story. Hardman, F v. 5-6 of 911. 1 

Christine's fortune. [A novel.] Talcott, Mrs. H. B 962.1 

Christmas books. Dickens, C. J. H. . . . v. 12 of 919.1 

Christmas books of M. A. Tit marsh. Thackeray, W. M.- . . . . v. 13 of 91 5.1 

Christmas carol, A. Dickens, C. J. H v. 12 of 919.1 ; v. 3 of 968.29 

Christmas eve and Christmas day. Ten Christmas stories. Hale, E. E. 975-8 

Christmas-eve and Easter-day. [Poems.] Browning, R 1825.30 

Christmas stories. Dickens, C. J. H. .......... .v. 26 of 919.1 

Christus. [Divine tragedy, Golden legend, and New England tragedies.] 

Longfellow, H. W 1862.24 



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Chromatics and chromatography. See Colors. 

Chronicle of the conquest of Granada. Irving, W 972.18 

Chronicles. See Bible. 

Chronicles and characters. Bulwer-Lytton, E. R., lord Lytton J 8 2 5 3 

Chronicles of Carlingford. A novel. Oliphant, Margaret O. W. . . . 939.68 

Chronicles of Clovernook. Jerrold, D. W v. 4 of 1125.17 

Chronicles of the canongate. Scott, SirVf v. 19-20 of 914. 1 

Chronicles of the crusades: narratives of the crusade of Richard coeur 
de lion, by Richard of Devizes and Geoffrey de Vinsauf, and of the cru- 
sade of Saint Louis, by lord John de Joinville. London, 1876. 12 . 1729.12 
Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family. Charles, Elizabeth R. . . . 937.19 
Chronology, or dates. Blake, E. V. General Arctic chronology. 1874. 327.27 
[Chronological table of the contemporary sovereigns of Europe from 

800 to 1837.] v. I of 1726.19 

Hadley, J. Hebrew chronology. [An essay.] >9'7-30 

Haydn, J. Dictionary of dates. Edited by B. Vincent. 1878. ... R. L. 
Putnam, G. P. The world's progress : a dictionary of dates. 1878. . R. L. 
Sharpe, S. The Hebrew nation ; with appendix on the chronology. . 814.8 
Woodward, B. B., and Cates, W. L. R. Encyclopaedia of chronology, 

historical and biographical. 1872 R. L. 

Note. See Cates's article to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, with a chronology 
of evenjs from b. c. 2234 to a. d. 1875. 

Chrononhotonthologos : a burlesque opera. Carey, H v. 5 of 1859.9 

Church, Alfred J. Ovid. Philadelphia, 1876. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. 

Ancient classics.] 1855.25 

Stories from Homer. With illustrations. New York, 1880. 12 . . 1854 3 
Stories from the Greek tragedians. With illustrations. Lond., 1880. 12 18547 
Stories from Virgil. With illustrations. London, 1879. I2 ° • • • I ^54*5 
Stories of the East, from Herodotus. With illustrations. New York, 

1881. 12 ' 1854.4 

Stories of the last days of Jerusalem, from Josephus. [With illustra- 
tions.] New York, [1880.] 12 1854.6 

Church, Alfred J., and Brodribb, William J. Pliny's letters. Philadelphia, 

1879. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.28 

Church, Arthur Herbert. Acids, alkalies, soap, and minor chemical prod- 
ucts. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] . . v. 4 of 673.5 
Church, Col. Benjamin. See Church, T. History of the great Indian war. 862.33 
Church, Ella Rodman. The home garden. [With illustrations.] New 

York, 1881. 12 [Apple tons' home books.] 628.22 

How to furnish a home. [With illustrations.] New York, 1881. 12 

[Apple tons' home books.] * 628.20 

Church, Florence Marryat. See Lean, Florence Marryat. 

Church, Frederick Edwin, American landscape painter, b. 1826. Keddie, 

H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Sheldon, G. W. American painters : with examples of their work. 1881. 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Church, Richard William, dean of St. Paul's. Beginning of the middle 
ages. With maps. New York, [1877.] 16 [Morris, E. E., and 

others. Epochs of modern history.] 861.49 

Saint Anselm. London, 187a 12 7 59- 16 

Spenser. N. Y., 1879. I2 ° [Morley, J., ed. English men of letters.] 713.20 



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Church, Thomas. The history of the great Indian war of 1675 and 1676, 
called Philip's war. Also, the old French and Indian wars, 1 689-1 704. 
With notes by S. G. Drake. Revised edition. New York, [1845.] 8° 862.33 
Church, The. Alford, H., dean of Canterbury, Essays and addresses 

chiefly on church subjects. 1869. 1628.31 

Arnold, T. Principles of church reform. [An essay.] 1x27.15 

Channing, W. E. The church. [A discourse ] . . . v. 6 of 1 131.27 ; 1 131.35 
Clarke, J. F. The church and worship. [A lecture.] 1627.3 

Common-sense view of the Christian church. [An essay.] . . . 1627.13 

Ruskin, J. Notes on the construction of sheepf olds. 1875 611. 17 

Stanley, A. P., dean of Westminster, Christian institutions. 188 1. . . 1628.24 

Church and state. Coleridge, S. T. Constitution of church and state, v. 6 of 1 124.17 

Macaulay, T. B., lord, Gladstone on church and state. . . . v. 4 of 1915.13 

Mill, J. S. State interference with church property v. 1 of 1916.25 

Thompson, R. W. The papacy and the civil power. [1875.] • • • • 1638.24 
Church-building. See Architecture. 

Church history. Allen, J. H. Fragments of Christian history. 1880. . 1654.1 
Bacon, L. Genesis of the New England churches. 1874. ..... 1657.13 

Baird, R. Religion in America. [1620-1856.] 1657.28 

Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England [to A. D. 731] 1657.6 

Bright, W. Early English church history [to A.D. 709]. 1878. . . . 1657.19 

Clarke, J. F. Events and epochs in religious history. 1881 1658.16 

Conversion of the West. See Conversion. 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Ecclesiastical history. [b.c. 31-A.D. 337.] 1872. 1654.6 

Herford, B. The story of religion in England. 1880. 1657.4 

Kip, W. I. The catacombs of Rome as illustrating the church of the 

first three centuries. 1854 1655.9 

Lea, H. C. Studies in church history. 1869. 1655.14 

Maitland, S. R. The dark ages : state of religion and literature. 1853. 1655.24 
Mather, C. Magnalia Christi Americana ; or, the ecclesiastical history 

of New-England, 1620-98. 1853 1657.24 

Merivale, C. Conversion of the Roman empire. 1S75 *655-i5 

Milman, H. H. History of Christianity, [b. c. 4-A. D. 450.] 1867. . 1654.3 

History of Latin Christianity, [a. D. 67-1455] 1872 16555 

Neal, D. History of the puritans. [1530-1688.] 181 1 1657.25 

Pressense\ E. de. The early years of Christianity. 1870-71 16549 

Smith, P. Student's ecclesiastical history, [a. d. 1-1380.] 1879. . . 1654.13 
Stanley, A. P. History of the Jewish church. 1879 1669.17 

Lectures on the history of the church of Scotland. 1872 1657.23 

Lectures on the history of the Eastern church. With an introduc- 
tion on the study of ecclesiastical history. 1876 1655.18 

Trench, R. C, archbishop of Dublin, Mediaeval church history. 1878. 1655.27 
Van Antwerp, D. D. Church history, [a. d. 33-1836.] 1637.7 

See also Christianity, Councils, Denominations and sects, Jews, Missions, Prot- 
estantism, Reformation, Religion and religions, Roman Catholic church. 

Church music. See Music. 

Churchill, Charles, English poet and satirist, b, 1731, d, 1764. Poetical 

works. With life [and portrait]. Boston, 1879. 4 v. in 2. 12 . . .1815.11 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Life, by W. Tooke; Letters; The Roaciad; The apology; Night; 

Prophecy of famine; Epistle to Hogarth; The duellist; 

Gotham; The author; The conference; The ghost, books 1-3. 

II. The ghost, book 4; The candidate; The farewell; The times; 

Independence; The journey; Fragments. 



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Churchill, Charles Henry. The Druzes and the Maronites under Turkish 

rule. London, 1862. 8° 853.30 

Churchill, John. See Cur wen, H. History of booksellers 719.7 

Churchill, John, duke of Marlborough, English general and statesman, b. 
1650, d. 1722. Coxe, W. Memoirs of the duke of Marlborough, 

with his correspondence 722.10 

Edgar, J. G. The boyhood of great men 147-7 

James, G. P. R. Memoirs of great commanders 7 fI *3S 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 7 of 718.9 

Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 1880. 711.29 

Churchill, Sarah Jennings, duchess of Marlborough, b. 1660, d. 1744. 

Lodge, £. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain, v. 7 of 718.9 

Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The queens of society. 1876. 718.5 

Cibber, Colley, English dramatist, actor, and poet, b. 167 1, d. 1757. Come- 
dies : The careless husband ; Love makes a man ; She would and 

she would not. [Modern British drama.] v. 3 of 1859.9 

The hypocrite : a comedy. [Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

The provoked husband : a comedy. See Vanbrugh, Sir J. 

Doran, J. Annals of the English stage v. 2 of 1869.32 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Roman philosopher, orator, and statesman, b. B.C. 
106, d. 43. On oratory and orators ; with letters to Quintus and 
Brutus. Translated by J. S. Watson. London, 1876. 12 . . . 1848.17 
Orations. Translated by C. D. Yonge. London, 1872-78. 4 v. 12 1848.18 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Orations for P. Quintius, Sextus Roscius, Quintus Roscius, 
against Quintus Caecilius, and against C. Verres. 
II. Fragments of the oration for M. Tullius and for M. Fonteius; 
Oration for A. Csecina; Oration in defence of the Manilian 
law; Orations for Cluentius, C. Cornelius and against L. Cati- 
lina and C. Antonius; Three orations on the Agrarian law; 
Oration for C. Rabirius; Four orations against Catilina; Ora- 
tions for Murena, Sylla, Archias, Flaccus and Scaurus, and 
against Clodius and Curio; First and second orations after 
Cicero's return. 

III. Orations for his house and respecting the answers of the sooth- 

sayers; Orations for Plancius and Sex this, against P. Vatinius, 
for M. Ccelius, on the consular provinces, for Balbus, against 
Piso, for Milo, Postumus, Marcellus, Ligarius, and king 
Deiotarus. 

IV. Fourteen orations against M. Antonius called Philippics; Trea- 

tise on rhetorical invention; The orator; Treatise on topics; 
Dialogue concerning oratorical partitions; Treatise on the best 
style of orators. 

Three books of offices, or moral duties. Also, Lselius, an essay on 
friendship ; Cato major, an essay on old age ; Paradoxes ; Scipio's 
dream ; Letter to Quintus on the duties of a magistrate. Trans- 
lated, with notes, by C. R. Edmonds. [Portrait.] Lond., 1880. 1 2° 1848.19 

Brougham, H., lord. Dissertations and addresses v. 7 of 11 27. 5 

Collins, W. L. Cicero. 1880 1855.28 

De Quincey, T. Essays in ancient history and antiquities. . . v. 7 of 11 25. 13 

Forsyth, W. Life of Cicero. 1878 743*25 

Hallam, A. H. Essay on the philosophical writings of Cicero. • . . 1 125.6 
Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. Memoirs of celebrated characters, .v. 1 of 711.33 

Plutarch us. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Trollope, A. Life of Cicero. 1881 743-12 

Cicerone, The; art guide to painting in Italy. Burckhardt, J 612.6 

Cicognara, Leopoldo, conte di. Biographical memoir of Canova. See 

Canova, Antonio. Works *6 f 9>35 



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ClD, The. See Diaz de Bivar, Rodrigo. 

Cilley, Jonathan. See Hawthorne, N. Biographical sketches 97 2 -3 

Cimabue, Giovanni, Italian painter, b. 1240, d. 1302. Jameson, A. M. 

Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874 7T4- 2 7 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 

Note. S«c Crowe and Cavalcaselle's Painting in Italy, vol. 1, Lanzi's History 
of painting, vol. x, and Jarves's Art studies. 

Cimarosa, Domenico, Italian music composer % b. 1749, d. 1801. See Ferris, 

G. T. The great Italian and French composers 7*4-4 

CiMON, Athenian statesman and general % d, B. C. 449. See Plutarch us. Lives 

[of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 3 of 743.28 

Cinderella. [A fairy-tale drama.] Frost, Sarah A 1861.11 

Cinderella: an opera. [French's Standard drama.] .... v. 20-21 of 1857.3 

Cinq-mars. [An historical romance.] Vigny, A. C, comte de 95S.12 

Circa ssi a. Bryce, J. Transcaucasia and Ararat. 1878 241-5 

Harvey, Mrs. Turkish harems and Circassian homes. 187a .... 236.35 

Circe's palace. [A mythological story.] Hawthorne, N. ..... . 136.2 

Circles. [An essay.] Emerson, R. W v. 1 of 1 131. 13 

Circumstance. [A story.] Spofford, Harriet E. P 969.12 

Circumstantial evidence, Cases of. See Chambers's miscellany. . v. 4 of 1232.7 
Cist, Henry Martyn. The army of the Cumberland. New York, 1882. 

12 [Campaigns of the civil war.] 869.7 

Cistellaria : a comedy. Plautus, M. A. v. 2 of 1856.15 

Cities. Adams, W. H. D. The buried cities of Campania. [1868.] . • 315-1 

Atkinson, J. B. Art tour to northern capitals of Europe. 187a . . . 223.30 

Chambers's papers. Ruined cities of Central America. . . . v. 1 of 1232.15 

Dennis, G. Cities and cemeteries of Etruria. [1842-78.] . . . . .' 3166 

Hare, A. J. C. Cities of northern and central Italy. [1875.] • • • • 2 35-6 

Havard, H. Dead cities of the Zuyder Zee. [1873.] 232.32 

Myers, P. V. N. Remains of lost empires. 1875 3 , 5*7 

Porter, J. L. The giant cities of Bashan. [1865.] 238.17 

Smith, G. Consular cities of China. 1844-46.. 312.9 

Ware, W. European capitals. 1851 223.21 

Citizen, The: a farce. Murphy, A v. 5 of 1859.9 

Citizen Bonaparte, 1 794-181 5. Erckmann, £., and Chatrian, A 956.12 

Citizen, The, of the world. [A series of letters.] Goldsmith, O. v. 2 of 1122.22 

Citizen, The, who apes the nobleman. Moliere, J. B. P. . . . v. 3 of 186327 

Citoyenne Jacqueline. Keddie, Henrietta. 935. 16 

Civil engineering. See Engineering. 

Civil service. Eaton, D. B. Civil service in Great Britain. 1880. . . . 1737.27 

The " spoils " system and civil service reform in New York. 1881. 1754.9 

Foster, W. E. The civil-service reform movement. 188 1 '754-8 

Civilization. Bayne, P. Christian civilization. [An essay.] . v. 2 of 1918.24 

Buckle, H. T. History of civilization in England. 1878 1726.25 

Draper, J. W. Intellectual development of Europe. 1876 1726.9 

Emerson, R. W.- Civilization. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1 131. 13 

Guizot, F. P. G. History of civilization [476-1789]. 1878. .... 1726 19 

Higginson, T. W. Barbarism and civilization. [An essay.] .... 1938.8 

Kingsley, C. Ancient civilisation. [A lecture.] 1917*7; 1917*13 

Lubbock, Sir J. Origin of civilization. 1879. • • • • 433 18 



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Civilization, continued. 

Maurice, F. D. On Christian civilization. [A lecture.] 1918.25 

Meadows, T. T. An essay on civilization. 1856. 858.24 

Mill, J. S. Dissertations and discussions v. 1 of 1916.25 

Morgan, L. H. Ancient society. 1877 433*33 

Rawlinson, G. The origin of nations. 1878 433-8 

Tylor, E. B. Primitive culture. 1877 433*36 

Set also Education, Government, Man, Philosophy, Progress, Sociology. 

Civilization : a drama. Wilkins, J. H v. 13 of 1857.3 

Clan, The, of the cats. With illustrations. New York, N. D. Sq.8° . . 138.41 
Clandestine marriage, The : a comedy. Col man, G., and Garrick, D. v. 5 of 1857.3 
Clap, Roger, one of the first settlers of Dorchester ; Mass., b. 1609, d. 1691. 

Memoirs. [Young, A. Chronicles of the first planters.] 876.19 

Clapham sect, The. See Stephen, Sir J. Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 1918.23 
Clapp, William W n ;r. The drama in Boston. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial 

history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

La Fiammina. [French's Standard drama.] v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

A record of the Boston stage. Boston, 1853. 12° 1869.9 

Clapperton, Hugh. See Kingston, W. H. G. Great African travellers. . 324.9 

Clara Howard. [A novel.] Brown, C. B v. 6 of 971.21 

Clara Vaughan. [A novel.] Blackmore, R. D 9294 

Clare, John, English peasant and poet, b. 1793, d. 1864. De Quincey, T. 

Literary reminiscences. r v. 3 of 1 125.13 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719.24 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7"«'9 

Clarendon, Earl of See Hyde, Edward. 

Clari, or, the maid of Milan : a drama. Payne, J. H. . . .v. 32-33 of 1857.3 

Clarissa Harlowe. [A novel.] Richardson, S 912.10 

Clark, Charles Heber. (Max Adeler.) Out of the hurly-burly. With 

illustrations. Philadelphia, 1879. 12 ! 947-33 

Clark, Daniel Kinnear. Railways and tramways. [Be van, G. P., ed. 

British manufacturing industries.] v. 10 of 673.5 

Clark, E. Warren. Life and adventure in Japan. N Y., [cop. 1878.] 16 114.2 
Clark, Edson L. The Arabs and the Turks. Boston, 1876. 12 . . . 853.21 
Clark, Rev. George F. History of Stow, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. His- 
tory of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Clark, Col. George Rogers. Campaign in the Illinois in 1778-79. With 
appendix containing Bowman's journal of the taking of post St Vincents. 
[Portrait.] Cincinnati, 1869. 8° [Ohio valley historical series.] . . 872.31 
Clark, Henry A. The college book. See Richardson, Charles F. 
Clark, Hugh. Introduction to heraldry. With illustrations. Revised by 

J. R. Planche\ London, 1866. 12 761.5 

Clark, Rush. Memorial addresses on [his] life and character. See 

United States. Congressional documents. 
Clark, Thomas M., D. D. The seen and the unseen. [Boston Monday 

lectures.] 1647.2 

Clark, William A. Gen. Grant. [French's Standard drama.] v. 44-45 of 1857.3 
Clark, William George. General education and classical studies. [Cam- 
bridge essays, 1855] v. 1 of 1917 23 

Clark, William R. Savonarola : his life and times. London, 1878. 12 757.12 



192 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Clarke, Asia Booth. The elder and the younger Booth. [With portraits.] 

Boston, 1882. 12 [Button, L., ed. American actor series.] . . . 771.37 
Clarke, Mrs. C. M. Baby Rue. Boston, 1881. 16 [No name series.] 968.17 
Clarke, Charles Cowden. Shakespeare characters. London, 1863. 8° . 1864.57 
Clarke, Charles and Mary Cowden. The Shakespeare key. London, 

1879. 8° R-L 

Clarke, Edward Hammond, M.D. The building of a brain. Bost., 1874. 12 661.5 | 

Sex in education. Boston, 1874. 12 661.6 , 

Visions : a study of false sight (pseudopia). With introduction and 

memorial sketch by O. W. Holmes. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . .1719.10 

Not*. See reviews of " Sex in education " by A. C. Bracket! [1763.19], and ' 

by Mrs. Duffey [661.7]. 

Clarke, Frank W. Weights, measures, and money of all nations. New 

York, 1875. I2 ° f 7S9^ 

Clarke, James Freeman, American Unitarian divine , b. 1810. The anti- 
slavery movement in Boston. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history 

of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

The Bible. [American Unitarian association. Unitarian affirmations.] 1648.3 
Christian doctrine of forgiveness of sin : an essay. Boston, 1879. 16 . 1628.6 
Christian doctrine of prayer: an essay. Boston, 1880. 16 .... 1628.5 
Common-sense in religion : a series of essays. Boston, 1874. 12° . . 1627.13 
Essentials and non-essentials in religion : six lectures. Bost, 1878. 18 (627.3 
Events and epochs in religious history: twelve lectures. [Illustrated.] 

Boston, 18S1. 8° 1658.16 

Contents. The catacombs; The Buddhist monks of central Asia; The Chris- ' 

tian monks and monastic life; Augustine, Anselm, Bernard, and their 

times; Jeanne D'Arc; Savonarola and the renaissance; Luther and I 

Loyola; The mystics in all religions; George Fox and the Quakers; The 
Huguenots; John Wesley and his times. | 

Legend of Thomas Didymus. Boston, 1881. 12 1624.10 

Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. See Emerson, R. W., and others. 
Memorial and biographical sketches. Boston, 1878. 12 718.23 

Contents. John Albion Andrew ; Tames Freeman ; Charles Sumner: Theo- 
dore Parker; Samuel Gridley Howe; William Ellery Channing; Waller 
Channing and some of his contemporaries; Ezra Stiles Gannett; Samuel 
Joseph May; Susan Dimock; George Keats; Robert J. Breckinridge; 
George Denison Prentice; Junius Brutus Booth, the elder; Washington, 
and the secret of his influence; Shakspeare; Jean Jacques Rousseau; The 
heroes of one country town; William Hull. 

Orthodoxy: its truths and errors. Fourteenth edition. Bost, 1880. 12 1637.15 
Self-culture: physical, intellectual, moral, and spiritual. A course of 

lectures. Second edition. Boston, 1880. 12° 1762.18 

Sermon on the death of Abraham Lincoln. [Sermons preached in 

Boston on the death of Lincoln.] 16474 

Steps of belief. Boston, 1880. 12 1637.5 

Ten great religions : essay in comparative theology. Bost., 1879. 8° . 1666.20 

Contents. Ethnic and catholic religions; Confucius and the Chinese; Brah- 
manism; Buddhism; Zoroaster and the Zend-Avesta; The gods of Egypt; 
The gods of Greece; The religion of Rome; The Teutonic and Scandi- 
navian religion; The Jewish religion; Mohammed and Islam; The tea 
religions and Christianity. 

A true theology the basis of human progress. [American Unitarian 

association. Christianity and modern thought ] 1648.26 

Clarke, James Freeman and Lilian, translators. Exotics: and how to 

domesticate them. Boston, 1875. 18 18 13.3 



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Clarke, Mary Cowden. Complete concordance to Shakspere. New and 

revised edition. London, 1878. 4 R. L. 

Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. New York, 1880. 2 v. 8° . . 134-36 

The Shakespeare key. See Clarke, Charles Cowden. 

World-noted women. With engravings. New York, 1868. L.8° . . 719.26 

Contents. Sai 
Laura; V: 

of Castile; Laxly jane t»rey ; 
Catherine u; Florence Nightingale. 

Clarke, N. H. Belden. O'Neal the great; The pirate of the isles. 

[French's Standard drama.] v. 42-43 of 1857.3 

Clarke, Rebecca S. {Sophie May.) The Asbury twins. [Sequel to Our 

Helen.] Illustrated. Bost., n.d. Sq. i6° [Maidenhood series.] 134-22 
The doctor's daughter. [Illustrated.] Boston, n.d. Sq. i6° . . . 134-15 
Our Helen, Illustrated. Boston, [1874.] Sq. 16 [Maidenhood series.] 134.16 

Clarke, Samuel, English philosopher and divine % b. 1675, </. *7 2 9* Bain, A. 

Moral science. [The ethical systems.] 1716.29 

Stephen, L. History of English thought v. 1 of 17 12.13 

Classical dictionaries. See Dictionary. 

Classical literature. Louage, A. History of Greek and Roman classical 

literature. 1873 11 16.28 

Taylor, I. Transmission of ancient books to modern times. 1875.. • "18.2 
White, C. A. Classic literature. 1877 1118.15 

Classical studies. See Education. 

Classical writers. See Green, John R., ed. 

Claude Gueux. Hugo, V. M 956.18 

Claude Lorraine. See Gele*e, Claude. 

Claudius, Matthias, German poet and author % b. 1743, d. 18x5. See Hedge, 

F. H. Prose writers of Germany 1926.37 

Clavigero, Francisco Saverio, Mexican historian, d. 1793. History of 

Mexico. Translated by C. Cullen. Illustrated. Phila., 1804. 3 v. 8° 879.19 

C LA VIGO : a tragedy. Goethe, J. W. von. 1863.11 

Clay, Henry, American statesman, b. 1777, d. 1852. Private correspond- 
ence. [1801-52.] Edited by C. Colton. Boston, 1856. 8° . . . 768.26 

Colton, C. Last seven years of the life of Clay. 1856. 768.25 

Life and times of Henry Clay. 1846. 768.24 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879. 1233.19 

Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 1233.30 

Parton, J. Famous Americans of recent times. 1879 764.5 

Clay, James. Decisions. See Jones, Henry. Card essays 633.19 

Cleland, John, M.D. Animal physiology. New York, [1873.] *6° 

[Putnam's advanced science series.] 654.7 

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne. {Marh Twain.) The innocents abroad. 

With, illustrations. Hartford, 1879. 8 ° 222.32 

The prince and the pauper. With illustrations. Boston, 1880. Sq. 8° 979.47 

Roughing it. Illustrated. Hartford, 1879. 8 ° 3 2 9-5* 

The stolen white elephant, etc. Boston, 1882. 16 976.6 

Contents. The stolen white elephant; Some rambling notes of an idle excur- 
sion; Recent carnival of crime in Connecticut; About magnanimous- 
incident literature; Punch, brothers, punch; A curious experience; The 
great revolution in Pitcairn; Mrs. Mc Williams and the lightning; On 
the decay of the art of lying; The canvasser's tale; An encounter with 
an interviewer; Paris notes; Legend of Sagenfeld in Germany; Speech 
on the babies; Speech on the weather; The American language; Rogers; 
The loves of Alonzo Fit* Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton. 

A tramp abroad. Illustrations [and portrait]. Hartford, 1880. 8° . 222.33 



194 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Clement, of Alexandria, d. a. d. 220 ? See Jackson, G. A. The fathers 

of the third century 16614 

Clement i, bishop of Rome, d. a. d. 100. First and second epistles to the 

Corinthians. [Apocryphal New Testament.] R. L. 

Jackson, G. A. The apostolic fathers. 1879 1661.3 

Clement, Charles. Michelangelo. [From the French.] New York, 1880. 

12 [Illustrated biographies of the great artists.] 712^8 

Clement, Clara Erskine. Charlotte Cushman. With illustrations. Bos- 
ton, 1882. 12 [Hutton, L., ed. American actor series.] . . • 771.38 

Egypt. With illustrations. Boston, [cop. 1880.] 12 815.5 

Eleanor Maitland. A novel. Boston, 1882. 16 964.21 

Handbook of legendary and mythological art With illustrations. 

Thirteenth edition. Boston, 1880. 12 612.24 

Painters, sculptors, architects, engravers, and their works. With illus- 
trations. Sixth edition. Boston, 1879. 1 2 R.L. 

Clement, Clara Erskine, and Hutton, Laurence. Artists of the nineteenth 

century and their works. Boston, 1879. 2 v. 12 R.L. 

Clement, Joseph, English inventor, b. 1779, d. 1844. See Smiles, S. 

Industrial biography. 711.20 

Clementi, Muzio, Italian composer and pianist, b. 1752, d. 1832. Ferris, 

G. T. Great violinists and pianists. 1881 7*4-6 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 1878 714*" 

Clemmer, Mary. Memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary. See Cary, Alice 

and Phoebe. Poetical works. 1839.32 

Ten years in Washington. Engravings and portrait Cincinnati, 1874. 8° 33347 
Cleobulus, Greek philosopher, flourished B. c. 640-560. See Flnelon, F. de 

S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743*3 

Cleomenes hi, king of Sparta, d. B.C. 22a See Plutarch us. Lives [of 

ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 4 of 743.28 

Cleone : a tragedy. Dodsley, R v. 2 of 1859.9 

Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, b. B. c. 69, d. 30. Abbott, J. History of Cleo- 
patra. [1879.] M3- 2 

Clarke, M. C. World-noted women. 186S 719.26 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns. .... 711.26 

Note. See Plutarch's Antony, and Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra. 

Clergy. See Preachers and preaching. 

Cleve hall. [A novel.] Sewell, Elizabeth M 94 2 -9 

Cleveland, Charles Dexter. Compendium of American literature, with 

biographical sketches. New York, [1858.] 12° 11 18.18 

Compendium of English literature. Biographical sketches, selections, 

and notes. Philadelphia, 1866. 12 11 18.8 

Cleveland, Henry. Alexander H. Stephens, in public and private. With 

letters and speeches. [Portrait.] Philadelphia. [186S.] 8° . . . . 776.14 

Cleveland, Henry R. Life of Henry Hudson. [Sparks, J., ed. Library 

of American biography.] v. 10 of 762.5 

Cleveland, O. Whittlesey, C. Early history of Cleveland. With bio- 
graphical notices of the pioneers. [1535— 1855.] . 872.15 

Clever woman, The, of the family. Yonge, Charlotte M 933. 17 

Cliff-climbers, The. Sequel to The plant hunters. Reid, M 126.22 



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Clifford, George, jd earl of Cumberland, b. 1558, d. 1605. Edgar, J. G. 

Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 147-9 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 3 of 718.9 

Clifford, Thomas, lord Clifford, b. 1630, d. 1673. $ ee Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 5 of 718.9 

Climate. Blodget, L. Climatology of the United States. 1857. . . . 429.39 
Croll, J. Climate and time in their geological relations. 1875. . . . 429*17 

Proctor, R. A. The climate of Great Britain. v. 2 of 416.14 

Winchcll, A. The climate of the lake region. [An essay.] .... 426.10 
See alto Atmosphere, Meteorology, Physical geography. 

Clinton, De Witt, American statesman, b. 1769, d. 1828. See Tuckerman, 

H. T. Essays, biographical and critical x 939-37 

Clinton, Edward, earl of Lincoln, b. 151 2, d. 1584. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 2 of 718.9 

Clinton, Henry Pelham, duke of Newcastle, English statesman, b. 181 1, d. 

1864. See Martineau, H. Biographical sketches. 718.13 

Clinton; or, boy-life in the country. Simonds, W 11 2.4 

Clive, Robert, 1st lord Owe, English general, b. 1725, d. 1774. Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 7 of 718.9 

Macaulay,T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays, v. 4 of 191 5. 13 

Clive's dream before the battle of Plassey. Keene, H. G v. 5 of 91 1.2 

Clock maker, The : sayings and doings of Samuel Slick. Haliburton, T. C. 1947.13 

Clocks and watches. Britten, F. J. Watches and clocks. 1876. . v. 1 1 of 673.5 

Knight, E. H. Clocks and watches. [Paris exposition, 1878.] v. 4 of 1555.12 

Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. *6i7-i8 

Timbs, J. Wonderful inventions. [1868.] 671.9 

Note. See Beckmann's History of inventions, vol. x, Jacquemart's History 
of furniture, pp. 288-998, and the article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 

Clodd, Edward. The childhood of religions. London, 1879. 12 . . . 1666.4 
The childhood of the world. New York, 1873. I2 ° 138.18 

Cloister, The, and the hearth. A tale of the middle ages. Reade, C. . 928.2 

Cloth of gold, and other poems. Aldrich, T. B 1837.38 

Clothing. See Textile fabrics. 

Clouds, The: a comedy. Aristophanes v. 1 of 1856.9 

Clouet, Jean and Francois, Flemish painters. Pattison, E. F. The renais- 
sance of art in France v. I of 614.14 

Stothert, J. French and Spanish painters. 1877 *6i9-3i 

Clough, Arthur Hugh, English poet, b. 1819, d. 1861. Poems. With a 

memoir. Seventh edition. London, 1879. I2 ° 1827.31 

Clovio, Giulio, Italian miniaturist, b. 1498, d. 1578. Jameson, A. M. 

Memoirs of early Italian painters. 1874. 7*4- 2 7 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 5 of 714.18 

Clubs. Emerson, R. W. Clubs. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1 131. 13 

Fairfield, F. G. The clubs of New York. 1873. 1728.17 

Thomson, K. B. and J. C. Clubs and club wits under Anne 718.6 

Timbs, J. Clubs and club life in London. [1872.] 1728.13 

Note. For notices of the clubs of London, New York, Philadelphia, and 
Boston, see Hare's Walks in London, Appletons' Dictionary of New 
York, Westcott's Guide to Philadelphia, and King's Hand-book of Boston. 

Clyde, Lord. See Campbell, Colin. 



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Coachman, The, of the " Skylark." [A poem.] Rankine, W. J. M. . v. 11 of 91 1.2 

Coal. Adams, W. H. D. Beneath the surface. 1876. 425.12 

Andrl, G. G. Practical treatise on coal mining. 1878-79. 67943 

Browne, J. R. Resources of the Pacific slope. 1869 679.14 

Daddow, S. H., and Bannan, B. Coal, iron, and oil. 1866. .... 679*8 
D'Aligny, H. F. Q. Pressed or agglomerated coal. 1867. . . v. 5 of 1555.7 

Galletly, A. Coal. 1876. v. 2 of 673.5 

Huxley, T. H. On the formation of coal. [A lecture.] 191 6. 16 

Macfarlane, J. The coal-regions of America. 1877. ....... 679.7 

Proctor, R. A. A few words about coal. [An essay.] 4>7-4 

Simonin, L. L. Mines and miners; or, underground life. [1868.] . . ^679. 18 

Smyth, W. W. Metallic mining and collieries. 1876. . . . . v. 2 of 673.5 

See also Geology, Mines and mining. 

Cobb, B. F. Silk. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] ▼. 5 of 673.5 

Cobbe, Frances Power. The duties of women. Boston, 1881. 12 . . . 1758.33 

The hopes of the human race hereafter and here. N. Y n N. D. 12 . 1628.18 

Contents. Preface, having special reference to Mr. Mill's essay on religion; 
The life after death; Doomed to be saved, an address; The evolution of 
the social sentiment. 

Cobbett, William, English political economist, b. 1762, d. 1835. Hazlitt, W. 

Character of Cobbett. [An essay.] 1914.28 

CoBDEN, Richard, English statesman and political economised. 1804, d. 1865. 

Morley, J. Life of Richard Cobden. 1881 7*5-40 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 7 II - I 9 

Cobden club, London. [Publications.] Probyn, J. W M ed. Systems of 

land tenure. New edition, revised. London, [1881.] 12 1757.16 

Cochin, Henri, French advocate, b. 1687,*/. 1747. See Vinet, A. R. French 

literature in the eighteenth century 1115-42 

Cochin China. Knox, T. W. Boy travellers in the far East. 1881. .v. 2 of 12740 

Thomson, J. Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, and China. 1875. . • 246.15 

Vincent, F.,/r. The land of the white elephant 1871-72 246.12 

Cock-lane ghost, The. Goldsmith, O v. 4 of 1122.22 

Cockburn, Sir Alexander James Edward, lord chief justice 0/ England, 

b. 1802, d. 1880. See National portrait gallery. v. 1 of 719.32 

Cockburn, Henry Thomas, lord, Scotch judge, b. 1779, d, 1854. Life of 

lord Jeffrey. With a selection from his correspondence. Philadelphia, 

1856. 2 v. in 1. 8° 724-25 

Codman, John. The Mormon country. [Illustrations.] N. Y., 1874. 12 335.20 

The round trip by way of Panama, through California, Oregon, Nevada, 

Utah, Idaho, and Colorado. New York, 1879. 8° 335-3° 

Ten months in Brazil. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1867. I2 ° 337- f 9 

C celebs in search of a wife. More, Hannah 942.18 

Coello, Alonzo Sanchez and Claudio, Spanish painters. See Scott, W. B. 

Murillo and the Spanish school of painting. *6 19.49 

Coffee. See Johnston, J. F. W. Chemistry of common life 424.20 

Note. See a paper on coffee culture in Scribncr's monthly, vol. 19. 
Coffey, Charles. The devil to pay. [Modern British drama.] . . v. 5 of 1859.9 
Coffin, Charles Carleton. {"Carleton.**) The boys of '76. Illustrated. 

New York, [1876.] Sq.8° 128.26 

The boys of '61. Illustrated. Boston, 1882. Sq.8° 128.29 

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Coffin, Charles Carleton, continued. 

Caleb Krinkle. A story of American life. Boston, 1875. I2 ° * - * 977 -^ 
Following the flag, 1861-62. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1865. 16 . . . 128.5 
Four years of fighting. [Maps and illustrations.] Boston, 1866. 8° . 868.37 
My days and nights on the battle-field. [1861-63.] [Illustrated.] 

Boston, 1864. 16 128.6 

Old times in the colonies. [1492-1776.] Illustrated. N.Y., 188 1. Sq.8° 128.27 
Our new way round the world. [1866-69.] Illustrated. Bost, [1869.] 8° 214.6 
The seat of empire. [With illustrations.] Boston, 1871. 12 . . . 334.14 
The story of liberty. [1215-1621.] Illustrated. N.Y.,[i878.] Sq.8° 128.28 

Coffin, James H. Elements of conic sections and analytical geometry. 

Revised and improved by S. J. Coffin. N. Y., [cop. 188 1.] 8° . . 41 5. 13 

Coffin, Robert Barry. {Barry Gray.) Cakes and ale at Woodbine. 

New York, 1872. 12* 1947*29 

Matrimonial infelicities, with an occasional felicity. N. Y., 1865. 12 . 1947.31 
Out of town. With illustrations. New York, 1867. 12 1 947*3° 

Coggeshall, George. History of the American privateers and letters-of- 
marque, 181 2-14. With several naval battles between American and 
British ships-of-war. Illustrated. New York, 1856. 8° 866.28 

Cohen, J. S0Y1&, Af.£>. The throat and the voice. [Illustrated.] Phila- 
delphia, 1879. ,8 ° [Keen, W. W., ed. American health primers.] . 641.17 

Coign et-bbton. See Blton-coignet. 

Coins and coinage. Akerman, J. Y. Ancient and modern coins. 1848. . 621.10 
Billing, A. The science of gems, jewels, coins, and medals. 1867. . • 622.30 
Blake, W. P. Precious metals. With a chapter upon the unification 

of gold and silver coinage. 1869. 679.10 

Eckfeldt, J. R n and Du Bois, W. E. Manual of the gold and silver 

coins of all nations struck within the past century. 1842. . . . 629.25 

Humphreys, H. N. The coin collector's manual. 1876. 621.22 

Snowden, J. R. Ancient and modern coins at the mint of the United 

States, i860 622.32 

COKE, Sir Edward, lord chief justice of England \ b. 1551, d. 1634. See 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices v. 1 of 715.9 

Colburn, Henry. See Curwen, H. History of booksellers 7 '9-7 

CoLBURN, Zerah, American mathematician, b. 1804, **• 1840. See Parton, J. 

People's book of biography. 7 I 9-*7 

Colby, George J. L. History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West New- 
bury. [Tracy, C. M., and others. History of Essex county.] .... 878.33 

Cole, Thomas, American painter, b. 1801, d. 1848. Bryant, W. C. Thomas 

Cole. [A funeral oration.] "37*6 

Greene, G. W. Biographical studies, i860. 1 938.33 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Colenso, Frances E. History of the Zulu war and its origin. Military 

matters, by E. Durnford. [With a map.] London, 1880. 8° . . . 858.23 

Colenso, John William, bishop of Natal, £.1814. The Pentateuch and the 

book of Joshua critically examined. London, 1862-79. 7 v * 8° . . 161 5.17 

Coleridge, Hartley, English poet, b. 1796, d. 1849. See Smiles, S. Brief 

biographies 7"*i9 

Coleridge, Henry Nelson. Introduction to the study of the Greek classic 

poets. Third edition. London, 1846. 16 I 9 2 5*7 



I98 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, English poet and critic, 6. 1772, d. 1834. Aids 

to reflection. Edited by H. N. Coleridge. New York, 1845. I2 ° l62 9- 2 3 
The ancient mariner. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . v. 7 of 968.29 
Complete works. With an introductory essay. Edited by professor 

Shedd. [Portrait] New York, 1868-76. 7 v. 8° 1124.17 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Introductory essay fay W. G. T. Shedd; Aids to reflection, with 
a preliminary essay by J. Marsh; The statesman's manual. 
II. The friend: a series of essays to aid in the formation of fixed 

principles in politics, morals, and religion. 
III. Biographia literaria; or, biographical sketches of my literary life 

and opinions. 
IV. Lectures upon Shakspeare and other dramatists, with other 

literary remains: Correspondence. 
V. Literary remains; Confessions of an inquiring spirit. 
VI. On the constitution of the church and state; A lay sermon on the 

existing distresses and discontents, 18x7; Table talk. 
VII. Poetical and dramatic works: Juvenile poems; Sibylline leaves; 
The ancient mariner; Christabel; Miscellaneous poems; Re- 
morse, a tragedy; Zapolya, a Christmas tale; The Pircolomini, 
and Death of W allenstein, from the German of Schiller. 

Poetical works. With a memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1879. 2V - I2 ° I ^ 1 ^ 1 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Memoir; Poems written in youth; Rime of the ancient mariner; 
Christabel; Kubla Khan; The wanderings of Cain; Sibylline 
leaves; Poems written in later life; Dramatic works: Remorse, 
a tragedy; Zapolya, a Christmas tale. 
II. Translations: The Piccolomini and Death of Wallenstein. 

Table talk. Boston, 1835. 2 v. in 1. 12 WW 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism ▼. 2 of 1918.24 

Brooke, S. A. Theology in the English poets. 1875 19254° 

Calvert, G. H. Coleridge, Shelley, Goethe : biographic studies. [1880.] 714*15 

De Quincey, T. Coleridge as an opium eater. v. 1 of 1 125.13 

Literary reminiscences. v. 3 of 1 125.13 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719.24 

Hort, F. J. A. Coleridge. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1917*23 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714.30 

Martineau, J. Personal influences on our present theology. . v. 1 of 1917.19 

Mill, J. S. Dissertations and discussions v. 2 of 1916.25 

Shairp, J. C. Studies in poetry and philosophy. 1878 1925 10 

Whipple, E. P. Coleridge as a philosophic critic v. 1 of 1936.8 

Note. See Pater's biographical sketch of Coleridge in Ward's English poets, 
vol. 4, Oliphant's Literary history, vol. i, and Allibone's Dictionary. 
There is an essay on Coleridge as poet and man, in the Atlantic monthly, 
vol. 45, and much biographical matter in the lives of his contemporaries. 

Colfax, Schuyler, vice-president of the United States, 6. 1823. Richardson, 

A. D. Portrait and sketch of Colfax. 1868 774*34 

Stowe, H. E. B. Men of our times. 1868 764.10 

Coligny, or Coligni, Gaspard de, marquis de Chatillon, French admiral, 

0. 1517, </. 1572. Besant, W. Gaspard de Coligny. 1879. • • • 74 IaI ^ 
White, II. Massacre of St. Bartholomew. 187 1 1658.15 

Note. See Marsh-Caldwell's Reformation in France, and Wylie's Protestant- 
ism, vol. a. 

Colin Clouts come home againe. [A poem.] Spenser, E v. 3 of 1817.8 

Collection of psalms and hymns for Christian worship. Bost, 1844. 12 102r.11 

College days at Oxford. Adams, H. C 1161 

College of New Jersey, Princeton, N.J. See Richardson, C. F, and 

Clark, H. A., eds. The college book *I76443 



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College, The, the market, and the court Dall, Caroline H 1758.38 

College theatricals. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 1-2 of 911. 1 

Colleges and universities. Arnold, F. Oxford and Cambridge: their 

colleges, memories, and associations 1765.26 

Arnold, M. Higher schools and universities in Germany. 1874. . . 1765.8 

Bayne, P. The modern university. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1918.24 

Cairnes, J. E. Thoughts on university reform [and other essays]. . .1754.15 

Campion, W. M. Commissioners and colleges. [An essay.] . v. 4 of 1917.23 

Diman, J. L. University corporations. [A review.] 1939,28 

Everett, E. Aid to colleges ; University education. .... v. 2 of 1137.28 

Gladstone, W. E. Inaugural address on the work of universities, v. 7 of 1916.4 

Hall, G. S. Are the German universities declining ? 1881 1713*8 

Helmholtz, H. L. F. Academic freedom in German universities, v. 2 of 4x6.12 

Howitt, W. Student-life of Germany. 1842 1765.27 

Huxley, T. H. Universities : actual and ideal. [An address.] . . . 1916.17 

Porter, N. American colleges and the American public 1878. . . . 1764.10 

Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., eds. The college book *i 764.43 

Thwing, C. F. American colleges : their students and work. 1879. • 1 7&4'S 

Warren, S. R., and Clark, S. N., eds. Public libraries in the United 

States. [College libraries.] R.L. 

Woolson, A. G. College commencements. [An essay.] 1948.1 1 

Not*. See references under the names of various colleges and universities, 
and Kiddle and Schem's Cyclopedia of education. 
Ste also Education, Schools. 

Collegians, The : a tale of Garryowenl Griffin, G 922.35 

Collerye, Roger de. See Besant, W. Studies in early French poetry. . 1925.18 

Colletta, Pietro, Italian general and historian* b. 1775, ^ '833. History of 

Naples, 1 734-1856. Translated by S. Hornen Edinb., 1858. 2 v. 8° 855.15 

Collier, John Payne, English philologist, b. 1789. Notes and emendations 

to the text of Shakespeare's plays. New York, 1853. 12 . . . . 1864.15 

Collingwood, Cuthbert, English admiral, b. 1750, d. 1810. Campbell, J. 

British admirals. 1873 716.8 

Edgar, J. G. Footprints of famous men. 1878 147.8 

Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 *47*9 

Collins, Clifton W. Plato. Philadelphia, 1875. l6 ° [Collins, W. L., ed. 

Ancient classics.] 1855.20 

Saint Simon. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 [Oliphant, M. O. W., ed. 

Foreign classics.] 1924.10 

Sophocles. Phi la., 1880. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.23 

Collins, J. H. Mineralogy. With illustrations. New York, [1877.] 12 

[Putnam's advanced science series.] 424.6 

Collins, James. Guttapercha and indiarubber; Hides and leather. 

[Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing industries.] . . . . v. 9 of 673.5 

Collins, William, English landscape painter* b. 1787, d. 1847. See Fairholt, 

F. W. Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 619.20 

Collins, William, English poet, b. 1720, d. 1756. Poetical works. With a 

memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1878. 12 v. 2 of 1817.1 

Contents. Memoir, by Sir H. Nicolas; Essay on the genius and poems of 
Collins, by Sir E. Brydges; Eclogues; Odes; Miscellaneous poems. 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876. 1925.21 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . v. 1 of 1122.17 > v. 3 of 714.37 
Nadal, E. S. Two poems of Collins. [An essay.] '938.27 



200 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Collins, William Lucas. Aristophanes. Philadelphia, 1879. l &* [Col- 

lins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] . , 1855*21 

Cicero. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.28 

Homer. The Iliad. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 [Collins, W. L-, ed 

Ancient classics.] 1855.24 

Homer. The Odyssey. Philadelphia, 1879. l6 ° [Collins, W. I~, o& 

Ancient classics.] 1855.24 

[Joseph] Butler. [With portrait.] Philadelphia, 1881. 16 [Knight, 

W., ed. Philosophical classics.] 741.3 

La Fontaine and other French fabulists. Philadelphia, [1882.] 16 

[Oliphant, M. 0. W., ed. Foreign classics.] 1924I15 

Livy. Philadelphia, 1876. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.25 

Lucian. Philadelphia, 1875. l6 ° [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.20 

Montaigne. Phila.,N.D. 16 {Oliphant, M.O.W., ed. Foreign classics.] 1924.7 

Plautus and Terence. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. 

Ancient classics.] 1855.18 

Thucydides. Phila., 1878. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.15 

Virgil. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.22 

Collins, William Lucas, editor. Ancient classics for English readers. 

Brodribb, W. J. Demosthenes. Philadelphia, 1877. I ^° • • - 1855.17 

Church, A. J. Ovid. Philadelphia, 1876. 16 1855.25 

Church, A. J., and Brodribb, W. J. Pliny's letters. Philau, 1879. l &° 1855.28 

Collins, C. W. Plato. Philadelphia, 1875. 16 1855.20 

Sophocles. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 1855.23 

Collins, W. L. Aristophanes. Philadelphia, 1879. 16 1855.21 

Cicero. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 1855.28 

Homer. The Iliad. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 1855.24 

Homer. The Odyssey. Philadelphia, 1879. l6 ° 1855.24 

Livy. Philadelphia, 1876. 16 1855.25 

Lucian. Philadelphia, 1875. 1 6° 1855.20 

Plautus and Terence. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 1855.18 

Thucydides. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 1855.15 

Virgil. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 1855.22 

Copleston, R. S. ^Eschylus. Philadelphia, 1879. 16 1855.23 

Davies,J. Catullus, Ti bull us, and P rope rti us. Philadelphia, 1877. 1 6° 1855*17 

Hesiod and Theognis. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 185526 

Donne, W. B. Euripides. Philadelphia, 1875. l6 ° 1855.21 

Tacitus. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 1855.16 

Grant, Sir A. Aristotle. Philadelphia, 1877. 16 1855.15 

Xenophon. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 2855-19 

Mallock, W. H. Lucretius. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 1855-27 

Martin, Sir T. Horace. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 1855.22 

Morice, F. D. Pindar. Philadelphia, 1879. 16 . . 1855.27 

Neaves, C, lord. The Greek anthology. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 . 1855.26 

Swayne, G. C. Herodotus. Philadelphia, 1879. 16 1855.19 

Trollope, A. The commentaries of Caesar. Philadelphia, 1879. *6°. 1855-t^ 

Walford, E. Juvenal. Philadelphia, 1878. 16 1855.18 

Collins, William Wilkie, English novelist, b. 1824. After dark, and other 

stories. With illustrations. New York, 187 1. 8° 924.19 

Contents. After dark: Leah's diary; A tenibly strange bed; A stolen letter; 
Sister Rose; The lady of Glenwith grange; Gabriel's marriage; The 
yellow mask; Miss or Mrs.? The dead alive; The fatal cradle; "Blow 
up with the brig! " The frozen deep; Fatal fortune. 



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< Collins, William Wilkie, continued. 

Antonina; or, the fall of Rome. Leipzig, 1863. 2 v in 1. 16 . . . 924.1 

Armadale. Leipzig, 1866. 3 v in 2. 16 924.2 

Basil. Leipzig, 1862. 16 924.3 

The dead secret and other tales. Leipzig, 1857. 2 v. in 1. 16 . . • 9244 

Content*. The dead secret; The murder of the archbishop of Paris; The 
new boy at Styles'* ; How the old love fared; Helena Mathewson; Agnes 
Lee; Ine Yellow Tiger; My window; A queen's revenge; The Atnphlett 
love-match. 

The fallen leaves. First series. Leipzig, 1879. 2 v * m *- *6° • • • 9 2 4**3 

Hide and seek. Leipzig, 1856. 2 v. in 1. 16 924.5 

Jezebel's daughter. London, 1880. 3 v. 12 924.17 

The law and the lady. Leipzig, 1873. 2 v. in 1. 1 6° 924.6 

Man and wife. Leipzig, 187a 3 v. in 2. 16 924.7 

The moonstone.' Leipzig, 1868. 2 v. in 1. 16° 924.8 

The new Magdalen. Leipzig, 1873. 2 v. in 1. 16 9 2 4-9 

No name. Leipzig, 1863. 3 v. in 2. 16 924.10 

Poor Miss Finch. Leipzig, 1872. 2 v. in 1. 16 924.11 

The twd destinies. A romance. Illustrated. New York, 1876. 8° . 929.68 
The woman in white. Leipzig, i860. 2 v. in 1. 16 924.12 

Collykr, Robert, Unitarian divine, b. 1823. The life that now is : sermons. 

[With portrait] Boston, 1871. 16 1648.7 

Nature and life : sermons. Boston, 1876. 16 1 648. 11 

Colman, George, English dramatist, b. 1733, '• '794* The deuce is in him : 

a farce. [Modem British drama.] v. 5 of 1859.9 

The jealous wife : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . . v. 4 of 1857.3 
Same. [Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

Colman, George, and Garrick, David. The clandestine marriage: a 

comedy. [French's Standard drama.] v. 5 of 1857.3 

Same. [Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

Colman, George, and Thornton, Bonnel. The Connoisseur. [British 

essayists.] v. 25-26 of 191 1.5 

Colman, George, the younger, b. 1762, d. 1836. Blue devils: a comedietta. 

[French's Standard drama.] v. 9 of 1857.3 

The heir at law: a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 12 of 1857.3 

The iron chest : a play. [French's Standard drama.] v. 6 of 1857.3 

Jonathan in England. [French's Standard drama.] ... v. 40-41 of 18573 
The mountaineers : a drama. [French's Standard drama.] . . . v. 8 of 1857.3 
The poor gentleman : a comedy. [French's Standard drama.] . v. 3 of 1857.3 
The review. [French's Standard drama.] v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Colman, Samuel, American painter, b. 1832. Sheldon, G. W. American 

painters : with examples of their work. 1881 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Colombr's birthday: a play. Browning, R. v. 1 of 1825.16 

Colombo, Cristoforo, Italian navigator, and discoverer of America, b, 1440 ? 

</. 1506. Abbott, J. S. C. Life of Christopher Columbus. [1875.] 77 2 *6 

Alden, W. L. Christopher Columbus (1 440-1 506). 1881 77*-ii 

Chambers's miscellany. Life of Columbus. v. 11 of 1232.7 

Helps, Sir A. Life of Columbus. 1869. 75i»i 2 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860. 147.10 

Higginson, T. W. A book of American explorers. 1879. 128.9 



202 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Colombo, Cristoforo, continued. 

Irving, W. Life and voyages of Columbus and his companions. . . . 751-4 

Kingston, W. H. G. Notable voyages, from Columbus to Parry. . • 215 4 

Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. Memoirs of celebrated characters. . v. 1 of 711.33 

Trowbridge, J. T. The story of Columbus : told to the young. . . . 1837.19 

Verne, J. Exploration of the world. 1879. 215.10 

Note. Consult Helps'* Spanish conquest, vol. x, Prescott's Ferdinand and 
Isabella, vol. 2-3, Bryant and Gay's United States, vol. x, and Hale's 
Stories of the sea which has a translation of the journal of Columbus. 

Colonel Jack. [A novel.] De Foe, D 1122.25 

Colonel's opera cloak, The. Brush, Christine C 968.1 

Colonies and colonization. Cairnes, J. E. Colonization and colonial gov- 
ernment [A lecture.] i754- x 5 

Froude, J. A. England and her colonies. [Two essays.] . . v. 2 of 19x5.16 
Heeren, A. H. L. Political system of Europe and its colonies. . v. 5 of 8x3.16 
Colon N A, Vittoria, marchesa di Pescara, Italian poetess, b. 1490, d. 1547. 

Roscoe, Mrs. H. Vittoria Colonna : her life and poems. 186S. • 757.2 
Trollope, T. A. A decade of Italian women. v. 1 of 757.5 

Note. See Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe, and Grimm's Michael 
Angelo, vol. a. 

Colonna the painter. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 1-2 of 911.1 

Colorado. Codman, J. The round trip. [1878-79.] ". 335.30 

Dall, C. H. My first holiday. 1881 335-21 

Fossett, F. Colorado: its gold and silver mines, farms and stock 

ranges. 1880. 335-24 

Hayes, A. A n y>. New Colorado and the Santa Fe trail. 1880. . . . 334.47 

Howe, J. W. Winter homes for invalids. 1875 641.40 

Jackson, H. M. Bits of travel at home. 1878 3 2 9>3 

Meline, J. F. Two thousand miles on horseback. 1866. 335. 14 

Rideing, W. H. A-saddle in the wild West. [1875.] 335-8 

Taylor, B. Colorado : a summer trip. [1866.] 334- 16 

Color-blindness ; its dangers and its detection. Jeffries, B.J 653.14 

Note. See papers on color-hlindness in the Atlantic monthly, vol. 45, and in 
Popular science, vol. 19. 

Colors and pigments. Cave\ M. E. The Cave* method of drawing. Color. 624.18 

Chevreul, M. E. The laws of contrast of color 615.3 

Field, G. Chromatography; or, treatise on colours and pigments. . . 615.23 
Goethe, J. W. von. Extracts from [his] theory of colours. . . . v. 1 of 613.23 

Martel, C. The principles of colouring in painting 615.10 

Plinius Secundus, C. Account of paintings and colors. • • . • v. 6 of 1849.9 

Rood, O. N. Modern chromatics. 1879. • • • S 2 7 A 

See also Dyeing, House-painting, Painting. 

Colt, Samuel, American inventor, b. 18 14, d. 1862. See McCabe, J. D. 

Great fortunes, and how they were made 762.21 

Colton, Calvin. The last seven years of the life of Henry Clay. [1845-52.] 

New York, 1856. 8° 768.25 

Life and times of Henry Clay. [With portrait.] N. Y., 1846. 2 v. 8° 768.24 
Columba, St^ the apostle of Caledonia, b. 521, d. 597. Maclear, G. F. 

Apostles of mediaeval Europe 759-20 

Montalembert, C. F. de T., comte de. The monks of the West . v. 2 of 759-26 

Murray, J. O'K., cd. The prose and poetry of Ireland. 1878. . . . 18 19.9 



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Columbanus, St., Irish monk, b. 540, d. 615. Maclear, G. F. Apostles of 

mediaeval Europe 759* 20 

Montalerabert, C. F. de T.j cotnte de. The monks of the West. . v. 1 of 759.26 

Columbia college, New York city, N. Y. See Richardson, C. F. t and 

Clark, H. A., eds. The college book. *i 764-43 

Columbus, Christopher. See Colombo, Cristoforo. 

Colvin, Sidney. Landor. New York, 1881. 12 [Morley, J., ed. Eng- 
lish men of letters.] 7 I 3- 2 3 

Combe, Andrew, M. £>., b. 1797, d. 1847. See Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 7 1 1.19 

Combe, George, Scotch phrenologist, b. 1788, d. 1858. The constitution of 

man. Revised and enlarged. Boston, 1881. 12 1717.3 

Martineau, H. 'Biographical sketches. 1877 718.13 

Comedy. See Drama. 

Comedy, The, of errors. Shakespeare, W. 1865.4 ; v. 3 of 1866.7 ; v. 2 of *i858.7 

Cometh up as a flower. Broughton, Rhoda. 949.1 

Comets and meteors. Herschel, Sir J. F. W. Familiar lectures. 1872. . 416.4 

Kirkwood, D. Comets and meteors. 1873 421.22 

Proctor, R. A. Borderland of science. 1873 4 X 7*4 

Familiar science studies. 1882 417-2 

Light science for leisure hours v. 2 of 416.14 

Ziircher, F., and Margolin, E. Meteors, aerolites, storms, etc. 1876. 525.5 

Not*. See chapters in Rambosson's Astronomy, Chambers's Descriptive 
astronomy, and Humboldt's Cosmos, vol. 1. 

Comfort for small incomes. Warren, Elizabeth. 93 I *35 

Comic pastoral, A. Motiere, J. B. P v. 2 of 1863.27 

Comic writers. See Humorists. 

Coming empire, The. McDanield, H. F., and Taylor, N. A 333»*9 

Coming race, The. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton 916.13 

Comins, Lizzie B. {Laura C ax ton.) The Hartwell farm. Illustrated. 

Boston, N. D. 12 135*22 

Marion Berkley : a story for girls. Illustrated. Boston, N. D. 16 . . 135.21 
Commandments. Stanley, A. P., dean of Westminster. The ten com- 
mandments. [An essay.] 1628.24 

Commentaries. See Bible. 

Commerce and trade. Bolles, A. S. Industrial history of the United 

States. 1879. 673.28 

Franklin, B. Essays on general politics, commerce, etc . . .v. 2 of 1 134.5 

Gilbart, J. W. Lectures on ancient commerce. 1865 I 9 I 7*35 

Hill, H. A. The trade, commerce, and navigation of Boston. . v. 4 of 878.20 

Hume, D. Of commerce; Of trade. [Essays.] v. 1 of 1913.28 

M'Culloch, J. R. Dictionary of commerce. 187 1 R.L. 

Simmonds, P. L. Animal products: their commercial uses and value. 671.25 

The commercial products of the sea. 1879 671.22 

Science and commerce : essays and lectures. 1872 671.3 

Spencer, H. The morals of trade. [An essay.] 1916.20 

Tudor, O. D. Mercantile and maritime law. 1873 1767.26 

Yeats, J. Natural history of the raw materials of commerce. [1871.] 671.18 
Technical history of commerce. [187 1.] 671.19 

See alto Free trade. Political econqmy, and the names of various countries. 
For ancient commerce see Heeren's Historical researches. 



204 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Commines, or Comines, Philippe de, sieur d'Argenton, Flemish statesman 

and historian, 6. 1445, d. 1509. Memoirs: containing the histories of 

Louis xi and Charles viii, kings of France, and of Charles the bold, 

duke of Burgundy. [Also] The scandalous chronicle, by J. de Troyes. 

Edited, with life, by A. R. Scoble. [Portraits.] LoncL, 1879-80. 2 v. 12 738.14 

Commissary, The : a farce. Foote, S v. 5 of 18599 

Committee, The : a comedy. Howard, Sir R ¥.30! 18599 

Common sense about women. Higginson, T. W 1758.12 

Common sense in religion. Clarke, J. F. 1627.13 

Common sense in the household. Terhune, M. V 66928 

Commonplace, and other stories. Rossetti, Christina G 936.13 

Communism and socialism. Cook, J. Socialism. [Ten lectures.] 1880. 1647.18 

Fawcett, H. Modern socialism. [An essay.] 1916.32 

Greg, W. R. Mistaken aims and attainable ideals. 1876. ty^S 

Hawthorne, N. Blithedale romance. [Brook farm.] 972.1 

Hitchcock, R. D. Socialism. 1879. 1728.14 

James, H. A. Communism in America. Yale prize essay. 1878. • . 1728.38 

Kaufmann, M. Socialism : its nature, dangers, and remedies. 1874. . 1728.12 

Nordhoff, C. Communistic societies of the United States. 1875. * • I 7 2 ^*33 

Villetard, E. History of the International. 1874. . 1728.21 

Woolsey, T. D. Communism and socialism. 1880. 1728.15 

Note. See Mrs. Fawcett** article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, and a 
bibliography of the subject in the Unitarian review, vol. 16. 

See also Co-operation, Labor and capital, Political economy. Social 
science, Utopias. 

Companions of my solitude. Helps, Sir A . . 191 54 

Compass. See Timbs, J. Wonderful inventions. 671.9 

Compensation. Emerson, R. W. Compensation. [An essay.], v. 1 of 1 131. 13 

Holland, J. G. Cost and compensation. 1870. 17184 

Complaint, The ; or, night thoughts. [A poem.] Young, E 1818.6 

Complaints : small poemes of the worlds vanitie. Spenser, E. . . v. 3 of 1817.8 

Compleynt, The, of Mars. Chaucer, G v. 2 of 1815.9 

Compton, Spencer, 2d earl of Northampton, b. 1601, d. 1643. *&* Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . . . . . v. 4 of 718.9 

Comte, Isidore Auguste Marie Francois Xavier, French philosopher, 6. 1798, 
d. 1857. Positive philosophy. Translated and condensed, by Har- 
riet Martineau. New York, 1855. 8° I7i>3 2 

Bowen; F. Modern philosophy. [Positivism.] 1713-23 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 1712.19 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. [The English positivists.] .... 71624 
Martineau, J. Comte's life and philosophy. [An essay.] • . v. 1 of 1917.19 

Note. See Fiske's Cosmic philosophy, and Motley's article on Comte and 
positivism in the Encyclopaedia Bntannica, vol. 6. See alto Philosophy. 

Comus : a mask. Milton, J v. 2 of 1859.9 ; v. 2 of 181610 

Comyn, L. N. Atherstone priory. Boston, N. D. 16 934- ^ 

Elena. An Italian tale. Boston, N. D. 16 936.7 

Con Cregan, Confessions of. Lever, C. J 913.13 

Conant, Helen S. The butterfly hunters. With illustrations. Boston, 

1871. Sq. 12 138.33 

Conchology. See Shells. 

Concord, Mass. Free public library. Catalogue. [By Ellen F. Whitney.] 

Concord, 1875. 8° R.L 



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Concord, Mass., continued. 

Drake, S. A. Old landmarks and historic fields of Middlesex. 1876. . 877.5 
Frotbingham, R. Siege of Boston, and battles of Lexington, Concord 

and Bunker Hill. [1774-75.] 866.21 

Reynolds, G. History of Concord. [1635-1879.] ▼. 1 of 878.26 

Concord days. Alcott, A. B '936-5 

Concord river, A week on the. Thoreati, H. D 33 22 3 

Concordance. Abbott, £. Concordance to the works of Pope. 1875. . R. L. 
Brightwell, D. B. Concordance to the works of Tennyson. 1870. . . R. L. 

Clarke, M. C. Complete concordance to Shakspere. 1878 R. L. 

Cruden, A. Complete concordance to the Old and New Testament. 1879. R. L. 
Furness, Mrs. H. H. Concordance to Shakespeare's poems. 1875. . R. L. 
Stearns, C. W. Concordance to the constitution of the United States. 1738.33 

Young, R. Analytical concordance to the Bible. 1881 R. L. 

Conde, Jose* Antonio, Spanish historian, 6. 1760, d. 182a History of the 
dominion of the Arabs in Spain. [756-1493.] Translated by Mrs. J. 

Foster. London, 1854-55. 3 V. 12 - 854.11 

Conde\ Louis II de Bourbon, prince de, due d*£nghien, French general, b. 

1 62 1, d. 1686. Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860. . . . 147.10 

James, G. P. R. Memoirs of great commanders 7 Il -3& 

Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 1880 711.29 

Condensed novels and stories. Harte, F. B v. 5 of 1 132. 15 

Conder, Claude Reignier. Judas Maccatxeus and the Jewish war of inde- 
pendence. N. Y., 1879. 12° [Besant, W., ed. The new Plutarch.] 741.15 
Tent work in Palestine. [1873*75,] With illustrations. New York, 

1878. 2 v. 8° [Palestine exploration fund.] 239.16 

Condillac, Etienne Bonnot, abbe* de Mureaux, French philosopher, b. 1715, 

d. 17S0. See Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. . 171 2.19 
Condorcet, Marie Jean A. N. C, marquis de, French philosopher, b. 1743, 

d. 1794. Plea for the citizenship of women. See Morley, J. v. 1 of 1926.32 

Morley, J. Critical miscellanies. .,,..,,,... v. 1 of 1926.32 

Conduct of life. Adams, W. H. D. The secret of success, 1879. . . 1718.38 

Arnold, F. Turning-points in life. [1875.] • • • • • 1718.31 

Beecher, H. W. Lectures to young men. 1873 l 7 l &*33 

Eliot, W. G.,/r. Lectures to young men. 1873 17 18. 16 

Lectures to young women. 1880 17 18.9 

Emerson, R. W. Conduct of life. 1879. v. 3 of 1 131. 13 

Hale, E. E. How to do it. 1879. 1718.1 1 

What career ? On the choice of a vocation and use of time. 1879. 17 18.12 
Holland, J. G. Gold-foil hammered from popular proverbs. 1881. . 17 18.7 

Letters to the Joneses. 1863 1718.22 

Plain talks on familiar subjects. 1870. 17 18.4 

Titcomb's letters to young people, single and married 1718.23 

Hopkins, M. Strength and beauty : discussions for young men. [1874.] 1718.24 

Munger, T. T. On the threshold. 1881 17 18.17 

Smiles, S. Character 1718.25 

Duty; with illustrations of courage, patience, etc 1881 1718.26 

Self-help ; with illustrations of character, conduct, and perseverance. 1718.27 

Thrift [Sequel to Self-help.] 1875 1718.28 

See alto Character, Ethics, Etiquette, Home, Self-culture. 



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Cone, Mary. Two years in California. With illustrations. Chicago, 1876. 12° 334*23 
Confederacy, The : a comedy. Vanbrugh, Sir J. . . . 1868.24 ; v. 3 of 1859.9 
Confederate government . See United States. History. Civil war. 

Conference, The. [A poem.] Churchill, C v. 1 of 1815.11 

Confessio amantis. Gower, J 18 18. 15 

Confessions of a frivolous girl. Grant, R 976.10 

Confessions of an English opium eater. De Quincey, T. . . . v. 1 of 1 125.13 

Confessions of an odd-tempered man. Opie, Amelia. t. 3 of 94946 

Confessions of Con Cregan. Lever, C. J 9 I 3- I 3 

Confidence. [A novel.] James, H.,/r. 976.24 

Conflict between religion and science. Draper, J. W 526.12 

Conflict of studies, and other essays. Todhunter, I * 763.3 5 

Confucianism. Sacred books of China. The Shu King, religious portions 
df the Shih King and the Hsifio King. Translated by J. 
Legge. [Miiller, F. M., ed. Sacred books of the East.] v. 3 of 1667.5 
Same. The Y! King. Translated by J. Legge. [Miiller, F. M., 

ed. Sacred books of the East] v. 16 of 1667.5 

Clarke, J. F. Ten great religions. 1879 1666.20 

Douglas, R. K. Confucianism and Taouism. 1879. 16684 

Johnson, S. Oriental religions. China. 1877 1668.36 

Legge, J. The religions of China. 1881 1668.14 

Matheson, G. Confucianism. [A lecture.] 1666.10 

Confucius {Koong-fou-tse), Chinese philosopher, b. b. c. 551, d. 479. Cham- 
bers's papers for the people. Confucius. v. 5 of 1232.15 

Legge, J. Life and teachings of Confucius. 1867 • 743* I 9 

Miiller, F. M. The works of Confucius. [An essay.] . . . v. 1 of 1929.23 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [186S.] 7i9-!7 

Congdon, Charles T. Reminiscences of a journalist [With portrait] 

Boston, 1880. 12 1949-5 

Congregationalism. Dexter, H. M. The Congregationalism of the last 
three hundred years, as seen in its literature. With a bibliographi- 
cal appendix. 1880. 1637.33 

Tarbox, I. N. The Congregational (trinitarian) churches [in Boston, 

1780-1880] v. 3 of 878.20 

Congress, The, and the Agapedome. Aytoun, W. E v. 2 of 91 1.2 

Congreve, William, English poet, dramatist, and wit, b. 1670, d. 1729. 
Comedies: The double dealer; Love for love; The old bachelor; 
The way of the world. [Modern British drama.] . . . . v. 3 of 1859.9 
Dramatic works. See Wycherley, W. 

The mourning bride : a tragedy. [Modern British drama.] . • • v. 1 of 1859.9 
Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English comic writers. 1876. .... 1925.21 
Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . v. 2 of 714.37; v. 1 of 1122.17 
Thackeray, W. M. English humourists of the 18th century. . .v. 23 of 915.1 
Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The wits and beaux of society. 1873. • • 7 f ^ 
Conic sections. Coffin, J. H. Elements of conic sections. [1881.] . . . 415.13 
Todhunter, I. Plane co-ordinate geometry as applied to the conic 

sections. 1874 414*13 

Coningsby, or, the new generation. Disraeli, B., earl of Beaconsfield. . . 923.17 
Conington, John, translator. The iEneid of Virgil. See Virgilius Maro, P. 
Connecticut. Barber, J. W. Connecticut historical collections. [1633- 

1836.] 875.13 



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Connecticut, continued, 

Bushncll, H. Historical estimate of Connecticut [A speech.] v. I of 1937.31 

Carpenter, W. H., and Arthur, T. S. History of Connecticut. [1614- 

1850.] 871.6 

Hollister, G. H. History of Connecticut. [1633-18 18.] 875.15 

Lodge, H. C. Short history of the English colonies in America. 

[1607- 1 782.] 862.20 

Trumbull, J. H., ed. The true-blue laws of Connecticut and New Haven 

and the false blue-laws invented by S. Peters. 1876. 1769.6 

Connecticut training-school for nurses, New Haven, A hand-book of 

nursing. Philadelphia, 1879. 12 663.14 

Conn el of Dee [and other poems]. Hogg, J.. . . ._ . . . . v. 2 of 181 2. 13 

Connoisseur, The. Colman, G., and Thornton, B v. 25-26 of 191 1.5 

Conolly, Arthur, English officer, b. 1807, d. 1842. See Kaye, J. W. Lives 

of Indian officers v. 2 of 716.21 

Conrad Hagen's mistake. A novel. Roquette, 952.20 

Conscience. Alford, H., dean of Canterbury. The Christian conscience. 1628.31 

Cook, J. Conscience. [Ten lectures.] 1880. . 1647.13 

Hopkins, M. The place of conscience. [A lecture.] 1647.2 

Maurice, F. D. The conscience. Lectures on casuistry. 1872.. . . 17 16.14 

Conscious lovers, The : a comedy. Steele, Sir R v. 4 of 1859.9 

Conscript, The: a story of the French war of 1813. Erckmann, £., and 

Chatrian, A 956-5 

Conservation, The, of % energy. Stewart, B 526.7 

Conservatism. Emerson, R. W. The conservative. [A lecture.] v. 5 of 1 131. 13 

Whipple, E. P. Stupid conservatism and malignant reform. [An essay.] 1936.10 
Conservatory. See Greenhouse. 
Consolation. Hinton, J. The mystery of pain. 1880. 1629.10 

Kingsley, C. Out of the deep : words for the sorrowful. 1880. . . . 1629.24 

Plutarchus. Consolation to Apollonius v. 1 of 1717.15 

Plutarch's consolatory letter to his wife v. 5 of 17 17.15 

Savage, M. J. Light on the cloud 1879 1629.3 

Conspirators, The; or, the chevalier d' Harmental. Dumas, A. D. . . 957.14 
Constable, Archibald, Scotch bookseller, b. 1774* d. 1827. Persona] remi- 
niscences. [With portrait] New York, 1876.- Sq. 12 [Stod- 
dard, R. H., ed. Bric-a-brac series.] 1918.9 

Curwen, H. History of booksellers 7*97 

Constable, John, English painter, b. 1776, d. 1837. Brock- Arnold, G. M. 

Gainsborough. [Also] John Constable. 1881 712.31 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 ! 939-37 

Constant couple, The : a comedy. Farquhar, G. . . . 1868.24; v. 4 of 1859.9 
Constantine I, the great, Roman emperor, b, 272, d. 337. Stanley, A. P., 

dean of Westminster. The emperor Constantine. [A lecture.] . . . 1655.18 

Note. See Gibbon's Decline and fall, vol. x-a f and Milman's History of 
Christianity, vol. a. 

Constantinople. Araicis, E. de. Constantinople. 1878 236.27 

Archer, T. Decisive events. [Dedication of Constantinople, a. d. 330.] 811.59 

Bennet, J. H. Winter and spring on the shores of the Mediterranean. 234.29 

Brassey, A. Sunshine and storm in the East. [1874-78.] 214.13 



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Constantinople, continued. 

Gauticr, T. Constantinople. [1854.] 236.16 

Jcrningham, H. E. H. To and from Constantinople. [1870-72.] . . 23643 

Townshend, F. T. Cruise in Greek waters. [1869.] 23640 

Constitution, English. See England. Constitution, government, etc. 
Constitution of the United States. See United States. Constitution, etc. 
Consuelo. A novel. Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D., madame. .... 955.16 
Consumption. Durant, G. Prize essay on pulmonary consumption. 1878. 653.32 
Lee, E. Nice ; with remarks on pulmonary consumption. 1865. . . 228.15 

Contarini Fleming. Disraeli, B., earl of Beaconsfield. . • » 923- 18 

Contemporary French painters. Hamerton, P. G 617.27 

Contemporary review, The. Vol. 1 -4a 1866-81. Lond, 1866-81. 40 ▼. 8° 1321.1 

Continentalist, The, and other papers. Hamilton, A 1738.27 

Contrivances, The : a ballad opera. Carey, H ▼. 5 of 1859.9 

Conundrums. See Amusements and games. 

Conversation. De Quincey, T. Conversation. [An essay.] . v. 12 of 1 125.13 

Hale, E. E. How to do it. 1879. 1718.11 

Mathews, W. The art of listening. [An essay.] '937-3^ 

The great conversers. [An essay.] '937-34 

Peabody, A. P. Conversation : its faults and its graces. . . .im.2;iiii.ii 

Plutarchus. Of garrulity or talkativeness . v. 4 of 17 17.1 5 

Conversation. [A poem.] Cowper, W v. 1 of 1816J 

Conversations on war and general culture. Helps, Sir A. I 9 I 5- 11 

Conversion of the West Maclear, G. F. The Celts. With map. 

London, n. d. i6° 1661.18 

The English. With maps. London, N.D. 16 1661.14 

The Northmen. With map. London, N. D. 16 1661.17 

The Slavs. With map. London, 1879. 16 1661.16 

Merivale, C. The continental Teutons. With map. Lond., N. D. 16 1661.15 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. Demonology and devil-lore. With illustrations. 

New York, 1879. 2 v. 8° i7 l 9>3$ 

Thomas Carlyle. Illustrated. New York, 1881. 12° 729.21 

The wandering Jew. New York, 188 1. 12 1664.18 

Davidson, J. M. Eminent English liberals. 1880 715.19 

Conway, Moncure Daniel, compiler. The sacred anthology (oriental). A 

book of ethnical scriptures. Fifth edition. New York, 1877. 12 . 1668.17 
Con well, Russell H. History of the great fire in Boston, November 9 and 

10, 1872. [With illustrations.] Boston, 1873. 12 17594 

Life, travels, and literary career of Bayard Taylor. [Portrait and illus- 
trations.] Boston, 1879. 12 777.25 

Conybeare, William John, and Howson, John Saul. The life and epistles 
of St Paul. Third edition revised. [Maps and illustrations.] London, 

1857. 2 v. 8° , . 1626.9 

Cook, Clarence. [Account of the antiquities discovered by Cesnola in Cy- 
prus, 1869-70.] See Luebke, W. Outlines of the history of art. v. 2 of 614.23 
The house beautiful. [With illustrations.] New York, 1878. 4 . . 628.53 
Cook, Capt. James, English navigator, b. 1728, d. 1779. Chambers's miscel- 
lany. Life of Capt. Cook v. 5 of 1232.7 

Kingston, W. H. G. Notable voyages from Columbus to Parry. . . 2154 
Kippis, A. Narrative of [his] voyages round the world. [1768-79.] . 215.7 



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Cook, Capt. James, continued, 

Mossman, S. Heroes of discovery. 1877 7 ri -39 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 

Verne, J. The great navigators of the eighteenth century. 1880. . . 215.11 
Cook, Rev. Joseph. Biology. With preludes on current events. Colored 

plates. Boston, 1877. 12 [Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.12 

Conscience. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1880. 12 

[Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.13 

Heredity. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1880. 12 

[Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.14 

How to make dull boys read ; How to preserve the results of reading. 

[Abbott, L., ed. Hints for home reading.] 1762.21 

Labor. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1880. 12 [Boston 

Monday lectures.] 1647.15 

Marriage. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1879. I2 ° 

[Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.16 

Methods of meeting modern unbelief. [Boston Monday lectures.] . . 1647.2 
Orthodoxy. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1878. 12 

[Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.17 

Socialism. With preludes on current events. Boston, 1880. 12 

[Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.18 

Transcendentalism. With preludes on current events. Boston, 188 1. 

12° [Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.19 

Cooke, George F., English actor, b. 1756,4/. 18 12. Doran, J. Annals of 

the English stage. v. 2 of 1869.32 

Fitzgerald, P. Romance of the English stage v. 2 of 1869.39 

Cooke, George Willis. Ralph Waldo Emerson : his life, writings, and phi- 
losophy. [With portrait.] Boston, 1881. 12 777*28 

Cooke, John Esten, American novelist and biographer, b. 1830. Doctor 

Vandyke. A novel. With illustrations. New York, 1872. 8° . 979.57 
Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee. With illustrations and maps. N.Y., 1873. 8° 775.39 
Stonewall Jackson: a military biography. With portrait and maps. 

New York, 1866. 8° 775.17 

Cooke, Josiah Parsons,/r. The new chemistry. [With illustrations.] New 

York, 1878. 12 [International scientific series.] 526.6 

Principles of chemical philosophy. Third edition, revised. Boston, 

1879. 8° 424.23 

Cooke, M. C. Fungi : their nature and uses. [With illustrations.] New 

York, 1877. 12 [International scientific series.] ...... 526.15 

Manual of botanic terms. Second edition, enlarged. With illustrations. 

London, [1873.] l6 ° R* L« 

Manual of structural botany. With illustrations. London, [1870.] 18 437.6 
Our reptiles. With [coloured plates and] woodcuts. Lond., 1865. 16 436.3 
Ponds and ditches. [Illustrated.] London, 188a 16 [Natural his- 
tory rambles.] 5 '54 

Rust, smut, mildew and mould. An introduction to the study of micro- 
scopic fungi. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. Coloured 

figures. London, 1878. 12 443*9 

The woodlands. [Illustrated.] London, 1879. 16 [Natural history 

rambles.] ....... * » 515.3 



2IO CATALOGUE OF THE 

Cooke, Rose Terry. Somebody's neighbors. Boston, 1881. 8° . . . . 963.28 

Content*. Eben Jackson; Miss Luanda; Dely's cow; Squire Faroe's coo- 
version; Miss Beulah's bonnet; Cal Culver and the devil; Amandar; 
Polly Mariner, tailoress; Uncle Josh; Poll Jennings's hair; Freedom 
Wheeler's controversy with Providence; Mrs. Flint's married experience. 

Cooks, Samuel, American divine, d. 1788. Sermon [on the true principles 
of civil government]. [Thornton, J. W., ed. Pulpit of the American 

revolution.] . . . 1647.24 

Cookery. Andrews, J. C. Breakfast, dinner, and tea. 1869. .... 669.26 

Campbell, H. The easiest way in housekeeping and cooking. 1881. . 669.10 
Cassell's dictionary of cookery. [With a treatise on the principles of 

cooking and table management, by A. G. Payne.] R* L 

Parloa, M. The Appledore cook book. 1878 669.24 

New cook book ; a guide to marketing and cooking. 188 1. . . . 669.33 

Terhune, M. V. Breakfast, luncheon and tea. [1875.] 66927 

Common sense in the household. [1871.] 669.28 

Tyree, M. C. Housekeeping in old Virginia. 1878. ....... 669.31 

What shall we eat? A manual for housekeepers. 1878 66920 

See also Domestic science, Food and dietetics. 

Cooley, Arnold James. Cyclopaedia of practical receipts. Sixth edition, 

revised by R. IT. Tuson. New York, 1879-80. 2 v. 8° . . . . R.L 
Instructions and cautions respecting the selection and U6e of perfumes, 

cosmetics, etc [Sequel to The toilet.] Philadelphia, 1873. I2 ° • 669.19 
The toilet: with a review of the theories of beauty. Phila., 1873. I2 ° 669.17 
Cooley, Thomas. General principles of constitutional law in the United 

States. Boston, 1880. 12 1767-15 

Cooltdge, Austin Jacobs, and Mansfield, J. B. History and description of 

New England. Illustrated. [Folded map.] Boston, 1859. 8° . . . 878.15 

Content*. Vol. I. Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. 

Coolidge, Susan, pseud. See Woolsey, Sarah C. 

Coolie, The : his rights and wrongs. Jenkins, E 1748.16 

Coomassie and Magdala : two British campaigns in Africa. Stanley, H. M. 324.35 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 1st earl of Shaftesbury, lord chancellor, b. 1621, </. 

1683. See Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors. . . v. 4 of 715.10 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, jd earl of Shaftesbury, b. 1 67 1 , d. 1 7 1 3. McCosh, 

J. The Scottish philosophy. [1671-1856.] 1713.25 

Stephen, L. History of English thought v. 2 of 1712.13 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, yth earl of Shaftesbury, English philanthropist, b. 

180 1. See National portrait gallery. v. 1 of 719.32 

Cooper, Sir Astley Pas.ton, English surgeon, b. 1768, d. 184 1. See Edgar, 

J. G. The boyhood of great men * 147.7 

Cooper, James Fenimore, American author, b. 1789, d. 1851. Afloat and 

ashore. A sea tale. Boston, 1880. 12 973.1 

The bravo. [A Venetian tale.] Boston, 1880. 12° 973.2 

The chainbearer; or, the Little page manuscripts. Boston, 1880. 12 . 973.13 

The crater. A tale of the Pacific Boston, 1880. 12° 973.16 

The deer-slayer ; or, the first war-path. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . . 973.3 
Gleanings in Europe. England. Philadelphia, 1837. 2 v. 12 . . 225.17 

The headsman. Boston, 1880. 12 9734 

The heidenmauer. A legend of the Rhine. Boston, 1880. 12 . . 9734 



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Cooper, James Fenimore, continued. 

History of the navy of the United States. [With maps.] Philadel- 
phia, 1839. 2 v. 8° 865.10 

Home as found. Sequel to Homeward bound. Boston, 1880. 12° . 973*5 

Homeward bound. A tale of the sea. Boston, 1880. 12 973*5 

Jack Tier ; or, the Florida reef. Boston, 1 88a 12 973-14 

The last of the Mohicans. Boston, 1880. 12 . • 973 3 

Lionel Lincoln ; or the leaguer of Boston. Boston, 1880. 1 2° . . . 973-6 

Lives of distinguished American naval officers. Phila., 1846. 2 v. 12 762.9 

Content*. 

.Vol. I. William Bainbridge; Richard Somen; John Shaw; John Temp- 
ter Shubrkk; Edward Preble. 
II. John Paul Jones: Melancthon Taylor Woolsey; Oliver Hazard 
Perry; Richard Dale. 

Mercedes of Castile ; or, the voyage to Cathay. Boston, 1880. 12 . 973*2 

Miles Wallingford. Sequel to Afloat and ashore. Boston, 1880. 12° 973*1 

The monikins. [A political satire.] Boston, 1880. 12 97 J- 12 

Notions of the Americans : picked up by a travelling bachelor. Lon- 
don, 1828. 2 v. 8° 331.26 

The oak-openings; or, the bee-hunter. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . . 973-6 

The pathfinder ; or, the inland sea. Boston, 1880. 12 973*7 

The pilot. A tale of the sea. Boston, 1880. 12 973-3 

The pioneers ; or the sources of the Susquehanna. Boston, 1880. 12 9737 

The prairie. Boston, 1880. 12 973*9 

Precaution. A novel. Boston, 1880. 12 . 973- x <> 

The Red Rover. Boston, 1880. 12 . 973*" 

The redskins. Conclusion of the Littlepage manuscripts. Boston, 

1880. 12 973-12 

Satanstoe, or, the Littlepage manuscripts. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . 973*13 

The sea lions; or, the lost sealers, Boston, 1880. 12 973-14 

The spy: a tale of the neutral ground. Boston, 1880. 12 .... 973.15 

The two admirals. Boston, 1880. 12 973-8 

The Water-witch; or, the skimmer of the seas. Boston, 1SS0. 12° . 973.16 

The ways of the hour. Boston, 1880. 12 973. 10 

The wept of Wish-ton-wish. Boston, 1880. 12 973-9 

The Wing-and-wing. Boston, 1880. 12 973- 11 

Wyandotte ; or, the hutted knoll. Boston, x 880. 12 973. 1 5 

Bryant, W. C. Life, genius and writings of Cooper: a discourse. . • 1137*6 

Greene, G. W. Biographical studies, i860. 1938-33 

Parkman, F. James Fenimore Cooper. [An essay.] '939-39 

Nate. Consult Griswold's Prose writers of America, and the critical notices 
in AUibone and Duyckinck. 

Cooper, Gen. Samuel, b. 1798. See Snow, W. P. Southern generals. . . 764.22 
Cooper, Samuel, English miniature fainter, b. 1609, d. 1672. See Fairholt, 

F. W. Homes, works, and shrines of English artists 619.20 

Cooper, Samuel, English surgeon, b. 1780, d. 1848. Dictionary of practical 

surgery. New edition, by S. A. Lane. London, 1861-72. 2 v. 8° . R. L. 

Contents. Vol.1. A-H. II. I-Z. With a biographical sketch of the 
author. 

Cooper, Thompson, editor. Men of the time: a dictionary of contempo- 
raries. Tenth edition. London, 1879. I2 ° R. L. 



212 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Co-operation. Barnard, C. Co-operation as a business. 1881 1728.7 

Fawcett, H. Cooperation. [A lecture.] I 757- I 3 

Greg, W. R. The intrinsic vice of trade unions; Trade unions and 

partnerships. [Essays.] 1754-20 

Hale, E. E., and others, Workingmen's homes. 1875 172&9 

Holyoake, G. J. History of co-operation in England. 1875-79. . . • 1728.18 

See also Communism, Social science, Political economy, and the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, vol. 6. 

Coots, Richard, earl of Bellomont, colonial governor, b. 1636, a*. 1701. Ellis, 

G. E. The royal governors. v. 2 of 878.20 

Hale, E. E. Lord Bellomont and captain Kidd v. 2 of 878.20 

Cope, E. M. The taste for the picturesque among the Greeks. [Cam- 
bridge essays, 1856.] v. 2 of 1917.23 

Cope, Edward D. On the hypothesis of evolution. [Half hours with 

modern scientists.] v. I of 416.6 

Copenhagen. Atkinson, J. B. Art tour to northern capitals. 1873. . . 223.30 

Jerrold, W. B. A brage-beaker with the Swedes. 1852 231.3 

Narjoux, F. Notes and sketches of an architect [1875.] 232^1 

Copernicus, or Kopernik, Nicolaus, Polish astronomer, b. 1473, d, 1543. 

Brigham, C. H. Copernicus and his work. [A sermon.] . . . 778.13 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7*9-*7 

Copleston, Reginald Stephen, bishop of Colombo. jEschylus. Philadel- 
phia, 1879. 10 ° [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.23 

Copley, John Singleton, historical painter, b. 1737, d. 181 5. Amory, M. B. 
Domestic and artistic life of Copley. With notices of his works. 

1882 619.16 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 7M- 10 

Perkins, A. T. Sketch of the life and list of the works of Copley. 1873. 618.24 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Copley, John Singleton, lord Lyndhurst, lord chancellor of England, b. 1772, 
d. 1863. Amory, M. B. Domestic and artistic life of Copley. With 

reminiscences of his son, lord Lyndhurst. 1882 619116 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of Lyndhurst and Brougham. 1869. . . . 716.22 

Martineau, H. Biographical sketches. 1877. 718.13 

Copp£e, Henry. History of the conquest of Spain by the Arab-Moors. 

Boston, 1881. 2 v. 12 ...» 854.20 

Copper. Bloxam, C. L. Metals. 1876.' 675.9 

Phillips, J. A. Copper smelting. 1876. v. 1 of 673.5 

See also Metallurgy, Mines and mining. 
Copyright. Alison, Sir A. The copyright question. [An essay.] . . . 191945 
Carlyle, T. Petition on the copyright bill. . v. 10 of 1126.1 ; v. 4 of 1915-17 

Parton, J. International copyright. [An essay.] 1 937.39 

Warren, S. R., and Clark, S. N. Copyright, distribution, exchanges 

and duties. [Public libraries in the United States.] R. L. 

Note. See papers on copyright in the Nineteenth century, vol. 10, Scriboer's 
monthly, vol. 90 and 23, and Macmillan's magazine, vol. 43. 

Coquerel, Athanase Josue\ French pastor, b. 1820, d. 1875. The rise and 
decline of the Romish church. [American Unitarian association. 
Christianity and modern thought.] 1648.26 

Coquillart, Guillaume, French poet. See Besant, W. Studies in early 

French poetry 1925.18 



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Coral island, The : a tale of the Pacific ocean. Ballantyne, R. M. . . . 125.19 

Corals. Dana, J. D. Corals and coral islands. 1879. 425-5 1 

Huxley, T. H. On coral and coral reefs. [An essay.] 1916.16 

Miller, H. On the corals of the oolitic system of Scotland 426.17 

Scheie de Vere, M. Wonders of the deep. 1879. 442.16 

Simmonds, P. L. Commercial products of the sea. 1879. 671.22 

Note. See Wood's Natural history, to!. 3, and Nicholson's treatise on corals 
in the Encyclopaedia Britanmca, vol. 6. 

Cord and creese. [A novel.] De Mille, J 979*48 

Cordage. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876. v. 2 of 673.4 

Simmonds, P. L. Fibres and cordage. 1877 v. 9 of 673.5 

Corday d'Armans, Marie Anne Charlotte, French enthusiast, b. 1768, d. 

x 793» See Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. History of the Girondists, v. 3 of 835.10 
Not*. See Martin's France, vol. 1, and Thiers' French revolution, vol. 3. 
Cordery, B. Meriton, and Phillpotts, J. Surtees. King and commonwealth. 

Charles 1 and the great rebellion. Philadelphia, 1876. 12 . . . . 826.5 
Corea. Eden, C. H. China. With an appendix on Corea. 1880. . . 312.4 

Oppert, E. A forbidden land : voyages to the Corea. [1866-68.] . . 313.18 
Corellt, Arcangelo, Italian violinist and composer \ b. 1653, d. 17 13. See 

Ferris, G. T. Great violinists and pianists 714.6 

Corey, Deloraine P. History of Maiden, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. His- 
tory of Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Corpield, W. H., M. D. Health. New York, 1880. 12 641.4a 

Corfu. Bennet, H. Winter and spring on the shores of the Mediterranean. 234.29 

Freeman, E. A. Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of 

Venice. 1881 235.9 

Tuckerman, C. K. The Greeks of to-day. 1878 236.15 

Corilla, La. See Morelli, Maria M. 

Corinne ; or, Italy. Stael-Holstein, Anne L. G. N., baronne de. . , . . 955.20 

Corinthians. See Bible. 

Coriolanus, Caius Marcius, Roman general t flourished B, c. 490? See Plu- 

tarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 2 of 743.28 

Coriolanus : a tragedy. Shakespeare, W. 

1865.5 ; v. 40-41 of 1857.3 ; v. 9 of 1866.7 » v. 6 of *i858.7 
Cormack, John. Life of Fenelon. See Fenelon, F. de S. de La Mothe. 

Lives of the ancient philosophers 743*3 

Corn. American farmer's hand-book. 1880. 664.39 

Enfield, £. Indian corn : its value, culture and uses. 1866 665.1 

Klippart, J. H. The wheat plant. With remarks on Indian corn. i860. 665.19 
Corneille, Pierre, French dramatic poet, b. 1606, d. 1684. Guizot, F. P. G. 

Corneille and his times. 1871 748.18 

Trollope, H. M. Corneille and Racine. 1S81 1924.12 

Not*. See Van Latin's French literature, vol. a { Longfellow's Poets of Europe, 
and Saintabury's article in the Encyclopaedia Bntannica, vol. 6. 

Cornell, William Mason. History of Pennsylvania. [1600-1876.] [With 

illustrations.] Philadelphia, 1879. 8 ° 874.19 

Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. See Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., 

eds. The college book. *i704-43 

Corner stone, The. Abbott, J 1629.29 

Cornice, The. See Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern 

Europe. . . . f v. 1 of 223.20 



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Corn-law rhymes. See Carlyle, T. Critical and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 9 of 1126.x ; v. 3 of 1915-17 

Cornwall, Barry, pseud. See Procter, Bryan Waller. 

Cornwall, England. Miiller, F. M. Cornish antiquities. . . . v. 3 of 1929.23 

CORNWALLIS, Charles, 1st marquis,- English statesman and general, b. T738, 

d. 1805. Chesney, C. C. Essays in military biography. 1874. . 1918.28 

Johnston, H. P. The Yorktown campaign, 1781. 1881 866.22 

Kaye, J. W. Lives of Indian officers. 1867 y. 1 of 716^21 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 8 of 718.9 
Mackintosh, Sir J. Character of Cornwallis. [A discourse.] . . . 1127.22 

Correggio. See Allegri da Correggio. 

Corsair, The. [A poem.] Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 3 of 1815.6 

Corsica. Benjamin, S. G. W. The world's paradises. 1880. 213.2 

Bennet, J. H. Winter and spring on the shores of the Mediterranean. 234.29 

Cox, S. S. Search for winter sunbeams. [1869.] 234.33 

Lear, E. Journal of a landscape painter in Corsica. [1868.] .... 229.9 
Spalding, W. Italy and the Italian islands. [B.C. 510-A.D. 1840] . 8564 

Corsican brothers, The. Grange^ E., and Mont^pin, X. de. . . v. 12 of 1857.3 

Corson, Hiram. Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon and early English. New edi- 
tion, revised, with a glossary. New York, 1876. 8° 11 18.21 

Cort, Henry, English metallurgist* b. 1740, d. 1800. See Smiles, S. Indus- 
trial biography 711.20 

Cortes, Hernando or Fernando, Spanish conqueror of Mexico, b. 1485, d. 

1547. Abbott, J. S. C. History of Hernando Cortez. 145-9 

Helps, Sir A. Life of Hernando Cortes. 187 1 7519 

The Spanish conquest in America. v. 2-3 of 863.7 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860 I47« 10 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [186S.] 719.17 

Prescott, W. H. History of the conquest of Mexico, and life of the 

conqueror. [1516-47.] 8796 

Verne, J. Famous travels and travellers. 1879. 215.10 

Corwin, Thomas, American statesman and orator, b. 1794, d. 1865. Russell, 

A. P. Thomas Corwin : a sketch 768.6 

Cory, Charles B. A naturalist in the Magdalen islands. Illustrated. 

Boston, 1878. Sq. 8° 4454 

Cosette. [Les mise>ables.] Hugo, V. M 95945 

Cosimo, Pietro di, Italian painter, b. 1441, d. 1 521. See Vasari, G. Lives 

of the painters, sculptors, and architects. v. 2 of 714*^ 

Cosimo de' Feltrini, Andrea di, Florentine painter, d. 1554. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. .."..... v. 3 of 714*^ 

Cosmetics. See Toilet 

Cosmic philosophy, based on the doctrine of evolution. Fiske, J 17 13.H 

Cosmos: a physical description of the universe. Humboldt, F. H. A. von. 427.H 

Costa, Lorenzo, Italian painter, b. 1460, d. 1535. See Vasari, G. Lives of 

the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 2 of 714*^ 

Costa, Sir Michael, Italian musician in England, b. 18 10. See National 

portrait gallery v. 2 of 7193 2 

Costume, or dress. Blanc, A. A. P. C. Art in ornament and dress. 1877. 62849 

Cooley, A. J. The toilet. 1873 &9- 17 

De Quincey, T. Toilette of the Hebrew lady. v. 7 of 1 125.13 



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Costume, or dress, continued. 

Dewing, M. R. Beauty in dress. 1881 669.7 

Duffey, Mrs. E. B. Etiquette : manual of the manners and dress of 

American society. 1881 1761.16 

Fairholt, F. W. Costume in England, i860 622.20 

Haweis, Mrs. H. R. The art of beauty. 1878 . 669.18 

Hope, T. The costume of the ancients. 1875 *6i7*7 

Lacroix, P. The eighteenth century : its customs and costumes. 1876. *6i7.i4 
Manners, customs, and dress during the middle ages, and the 

renaissance. 1876. *6i7.i7 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Dress 628.18 

Shaw, H. Dresses and decorations of the middle ages. [With col- 
oured plates, initial letters, and descriptive text.] 1858 *6i7«35 

Winckelmann, J. J. History of ancient art v. 3-4 of 614.10 

Note. Le costume historique by Racinet will be added to the library when 
the work is completed. Twelve parts are already issued. 

Essays on dress and dress-reform. 

Dress and its critics. [An essay.] 1937.14 

Partem, J. The clothes mania. [An essay.] ! 937 -39 

Phelps, E. S. What to wear? [Papers on dress-reform.] 1873. . . 669.14 
Stowe, H. E. B. Dress, or who makes the fashions; Beauty in dress. . 1948.23 
Woolson, A. G., ed. Dress-reform : lectures on dress as it affects the 

health of women. 1874. 669.12 

Cosway, Richard, English miniature painter, o. 1740, d. 1821. Fairholt, 

F. W. Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 1873. . . 619.20 
Thornbury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. . . v. 1 of 714.28 

Cottage, The, by the river. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 1 1 of 91 1.2 

Cottin, Sophie Ristaud, madame, French novelist, d. 1807. Elizabeth ; or, 

the exiles of Siberia. [From the French.] London, N. D. 16 . . . 958.10 

Cottington, Francis, lord, 6. 1576, d. 1652. See Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 5 of 718.9 

Cotton, Charles. The complete angler. See Walton, Izaak. 

Cotton, John, Puritan divine and author, 6. 1585, d. 1652. Life and letters. 

[Young, A. Chronicles of the first planters of Massachusetts bay.] . 876.19 

Cotton and cotton manufacture. Baird, R. H. The American cotton 

spinner. 1856. 673.13 

Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1877 v. 2 of 673 4 

Dana, W. B. Cotton from seed to loom. 1878 673.32 

Geldard, J. Hand-book on cotton manufacture. 1867 673.19 

Lyman, J. B. Cotton culture. With an additional chapter on cotton 

seed and its uses, by J. R. Sypher. [1868.] 665.14 

Mudge, E. R. Report upon cotton. [Paris exposition, 1867.] . v. 6 of 1555.7 

Nordhoff, C. The cotton states in 1875 3 2 9-56 

Olmsted, F. L. The cotton kingdom. 1861 333.26 

Simmonds, P. L. Science and commerce. -1872 671.3 

Timbs, J. Wonderful inventions. [1868.] 671.9 

Watts, I. Cotton. 1877 v. 5 of 673.5 

Young, P. M. B. Cotton culture. [Paris exposition, 1878.] . v. 3 of 1555.12 

Coues, Elliott. Field ornithology. A manual of instruction for procuring, 
preparing and preserving birds, and a check list of North American 
birds. Salem, 1874. 8° 438.31 



2l6 • CATALOGUE OF THE 

CoUES, Elliott, continued. 

The fur-bearing animals of North America. A monograph. With illus- 
trations. Boston, 1877. 8° 436-50 

Key to North American birds. Illustrated. Salem, 1872. L. 8° . . 43S.50 
New England bird life. See Stearns, Winfrid A. 
Coulangss, Fustel de. See Fustel de Coulanges, N. D. 
Councils. Deutsch, E. O. M. Four letters on the CEcumenical council ; 

The Roman passion drama. 1138.25 

Gladstone, W. E. The Vatican decrees in their bearing on civil alle- 
giance ; Vaticanism, an answer to reproofs and replies. 1875. * * 1638.38 

H iiber, V. A. The pope and the council. 1870. 16384 

Manning, H. E., cardinal. The Vatican council and its definitions. 1880. 1638.9 

Schaff, P. History of the Vatican council. 1875. 1638.38 

Stanley, A. P., dean of Westminster. The council and creed of Constan- 
tinople. [An essay.] 1628.24 

The council of Nicaea, a. d. 325. [Four lectures.] 1655.18 

Note. See references under Church history, and Patrick's article in the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 6. 

Count Alarcos : a tragedy. Disraeli, B., earl of BeaeonsfUld. 9 2 3* 2 5 

Count Kostia. A novel. Cherbuliez, V 979.2 

Count of Monte-Cristo. Dumas, A. D 957.3 

Count Robert of Paris. Scott, Sir W. . . v. 24 of 914.1 

Counterfeit presentment, A : comedy. Howells, W. D 1861.6 

Counterparts ; or, the cross of love. Sheppard, Elizabeth S 949-34 

Counterplot, The. [A parlor drama.] - Fowle, W. B 1861.27 

Countess de Charny, The. Sequel to " Taking the Bastile." Dumas, A. D. 957.7 

Countess Gisela. [A romance.] John, Eugenie 954.11 

Countess Kate. [A story for girls.] Yonge, Charlotte M 132.6 

Countess of Escarbagnas : a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 3 of 1863.27 

Countess of Rudolstadt. Sequel to " Consuelo." Dudevant, Amantine 

L. A. D., madame. 955.17 

Countess of Salisbury : a tragedy, Hartson, H v. 2 of 1859.9 

Country by-ways. Jewett, Sarah 19487 

Country cousins. [A parlor drama.] Fowle, W. B. 1861.27 

Country girl, The : a comedy. Wycherley, W v. 3 of 1859.9 

Country house, The : a farce. Vanbrugh, Sir J 1868.24 

Country, The, in danger. Erckmann, £., and' Chatrian, A, 956110 

Country living and country thinking. Dodge, Mary A. ...... . 1948.16 

Country of the dwarfs. Du Chaillu, P. B 126.31 

Country squire, The : a comedy. Dance, C v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

Country wife, The : a comedy. Wycherley, W 1868.24 

Coupland, Sidney. Personal appearances in health and disease. New 

York, 1879. Sq. 24 [Health primers.] 641.5 

Courage. Emerson, R. W. Courage. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1131-13 

Higginson, T. W. Physical courage. [An essay.] 1938.8 

Courbet, Gustave, French painter % b. 1819. Hamerton, P. G. Painting in 

France after the decline of classicism. 1869 617.30 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Court, The, of love. [A poem.] Chaucer, G v. 3 of 181 5.9 

Cou rten ay, Edward, earl of Devonshire, d. 1556. See Lodge, E. Portraits 

of illustrious personages of Great Britain. v. 1 of 718.9 



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Courtney, John. Eustache Baudin. [French's Standard drama.] v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

Time tries all. [French's Standard drama.] v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

Courtney, Leonard Henry, English liberal, b. 1832. See Davidson, J. M. 

Eminent English liberals 7 I 5- I 9 

Courtship of Miles Standisb. Longfellow, H. W. . . 183940 ; v. 3-4 of 1836.32 
Cousin, Jean, French painter on glass, b. 1500, d. 1590 ? See Pattison, E. F. 

The renaissance of art in France v. 2 of 614.14 

Cousin, Victor, French philosopher, b. 1792, a*. 1867. Course of the history 
of modern philosophy. Translated by O. W. Wight. New York, 

1872. 2 v. 8° 1713.19 

Lectures on the true, the beautiful, and the good. Translated by O. W. 

Wight. New York, 1879. 8° 1717.7 

Pascal as a philosophic skeptic. See Pascal B. Thoughts 1928.13 

Secret history of the French court under Richelieu and Mazarin ; or, 
life and times of madame de Chevreuse. Translated by Mary L. 

Booth. New York, 1872. 12 738.12 

Bain, A. Moral science. [The ethical systems.] 1716.29 

Cousin Alice, pseud. See Haven, Alice B. Neal. 

Cousin Henry. A novel. Trollope, A 926.20 

Cousin John's property. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 7 of 91 1.2 

Cousin Phillis and other tales. Gaskell, Elizabeth C 939-2 

Cousins. [A novel.] Walford, Lucy B 969.42 

Couture, Thomas, French painter, b. 18 15. Conversations on art methods. 

Translated by S. E. Steuart. New York, 1879. Sq. 16 612.7 

Coventry, Thomas, lord Coventry, English lawyer, b. 1578, d. 1640. Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 3 of 715.10 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 4 of 718.9 
Cowdin, Eliot C. Silk and silk manufactures. See United States. Depart- 
ment of state. Paris exposition reports, 1867 v. 6 of 1555.7 

Cowen, Joseph, English liberal and reformer, b. 1 83 1. Davidson, J. M. 

Eminent English liberals. 1880 715.19 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 715.5 

Cowley, Abraham, English poet, b. 1618, d. 1667. Howitt, W. Homes 

and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Hunt, J. H. L. Men, women, and books. , 1914.5 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . . v. 1 of 1 122.17; v. 1 of 714.37 
Note. See Ward's English poets, vol. a, and Mitford's Recollections. 

Cowley, Hannah. The belle's stratagem. [French's Standard drama.] 

▼• 36-37 of 1857.3 
Cowper, William, earl, English lord chancellor, b. 1664, d. 1723. See Camp- 
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Cowper, William, English poet, b. 1731, d. 1800. Beauties of Cowper: 

selected by A. Howard. [With portrait] London, N. D. 32 . . 1 823.1 
Poetical works. With a memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1878. 2 v. 12 1816.2 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Memoir, by Sir H. Nicolas; Table talk; The progress of error; 
Truth; Expostulation; Hope; Charity; Conversation; Retire- 
ment; John Gilpin; Miscellaneous poems; The task. 
II. Translations from the French of madame de La Mothe-Guion; 
Translations of the Latin and Italian poems of Milton; Trans- 
lations from Vincent Bourne; Minor poems; Tianslations of 
Greek verses; Epigrams from the Latin of Owen; Translations 
from the fables of Gay; Translations from Virgil, Ovid, and 
Horace; Tirocinium; Olney hymns; Miscellanies. 



2l8 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Cowper, William, continued. 

Brooke, S. A. Theology in the English poets. 1875 . 1925.40 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876b 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7 I 4*3° 

Sainte-Beuve, C. A. English portraits. 1875. 718.22 

Smith, G. Cowper. [A biography.] 1880. 713-6 

Note. See Jeffrey's Contributions. Ward's English poets, to!. 3, 01iphanr*s 
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Cows. American farmer's hand-book. 1880. 664.39 

Flint, C. L. Milch cows and dairy farming, i860. 664.32 

Hazard, W. P., ed. The Jersey, Alderney, and Guernsey cow. 1872, 668.25 

Cox, Edward W. Arts of writing, reading, and speaking. N. Y., 1876. 12 1234*8 

Cox, Sir George William. The Athenian empire. With maps. London, 

1876. 1 6° [Cox, Sir G. W., and Sankey, C, eds. Epochs of 

ancient history.] : 861.36 

The crusades. With map. London, 1877. x6° [Morris, E. E., and 

others, eds. Epochs of modern history.] 861.27 

Dictionary of science, literature, and art. See Brande, William T. 

A general history of Greece. [With maps.] New York, 1876. 12 . 817.12 

The Greeks and the Persians. [With maps.] London, 1876. 16 

[Cox, Sir G. W., and Sankey, C, eds. Epochs of ancient history.] 861.37 

A manual of mythology. [For the young.] New York, [1868.] 16 „ 136.13 

Mythology of the Aryan nations. London, 1870. 2 v. 8° .... 1665.28 

Tales of ancient Greece. Third edition. Chicago, 1877. 16 . . . 1664.13 

Cox, Sir George William, and Jones, Eustace Hinton. Popular romances 

of the middle ages. First American edition. New York, 1880. 12 . 1729.19 

Cox, Sir George William, and Sankey, Charles, editors. Epochs of ancient 

history. Beesly, A. H. The Gracchi, Marius, and Sulla. New 

York, N. D. 16 86146 

Capes, W. W. The Roman empire of the second century, or, the age 

of the Antonines. London, 1876. 16 861.34 

Roman history. The early empire. London, 1876. 16 .... 861.35 

Cox, Sir G. W. The Athenian empire. London, 1876. * 16 . . . . 861.36 

The Greeks and the Persians. London, 1876. 16 861.37 

Curteis, A. M. Rise of the Macedonian empire. New York, N.D. 16 861.47 

Ihne, W. Early Rome. New York, [1875.] l6 ° 86144 

Merivale, C. The Roman triumvirates. New York, N. D. 16 . • . 86145 

Sankey, C. The Spartan and Theban supremacies. London, 1877. l &° 861.28 

Smith, R. B. Rome and Carthage: the Punic wars. N. Y., N. D. 16 861.51 

Cox, Jacob D. Atlanta. N. Y., 1882. 16 [Campaigns of the civil war.] 869.8 

Cox, Samuel Sullivan. Search for winter sunbeams in the Riviera, Corsica, 

Algiers, and Spain. [1869.] New York, 1880. 8° 2 34-33 

Cox's diary. Thackeray, W. M v. 17 of 91 5.1 

Coxcomb, The: a comedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. . . . v. 2 of 1868.20 

Coxe, William, English historian, d. 1828. History of the house of Austria, 

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Note. For continuation to the year 1848, see Kelly, W. K. 

Memoirs of the duke of Marlborough, with his original correspondence. 
New edition, revised by J. Wade. [Illustrated with portraits.] 
London, 1848-76. 3 v. 12 . . 722.10 



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Coyne, Joseph Stirling, Irish dramatist, d. 1868. Everybody's friend : a 

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Fraud and its victims. [French's Standard drama.] ... v. 38-39 of 1857.3 
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The vicar of WakeSeld. [French's Standard drama.] . . • v. 11 of 1857.3 
Cozzens, Frederic S. Acadia ; or, a month with the blue noses. New York, 

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The Sparrowgrass papers. Philadelphia, 1865. I2 ° I 947*39 

Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth. Young trail hunters' series. The young 

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Crossing the quicksands. Illustrated. Boston, 1877. *6° • • • 123.30 
Crabb, George. English synonymes explained. New York, 1879. 8° . . R. L. 
Crabbe, George, English poet and divine, b. 1754, </. 1832. Poetical works. 

Life by A. C Cunningham. New York, 1877. 12 1812.16 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 7 x 9-24 

Ho.witt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7i4<3° 

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Cradle, The, of liberty : a drama. Glover, S. E v. 38-39 of 1857.3 

Cradock, Matthew. Letter to Capt. John EndicotL [Young, A. Chroni- 
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Craig in, Louisa T. (Ellis Gray.) The Cedars. [Sequel to Long ago.] 

Boston, 1878. 1 6° 134.9 

Long ago: a year of child life. Illustrated. Boston, 1876. 16 . . 134.10 

Craik, David. The practical American millwright and miller. Illustrated. 

Philadelphia, 1871. 8° 676.32 

Craik, Dinah Maria, formerly Miss Muloch, English novelist and poetess, b, 

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Agatha's husband. Leipzig, i860. 16 93$. I 

A brave lady. Leipzig, 1870. 2 v. in 1. 16 938.2 

Christian's mistake. Leipzig, 1865. x ^° 93&*3 

Hannah. Leipzig, 187 1. 2 v. in 1. 16 938.4 

The head of the family. Leipzig, 1858. 2 v. in 1. 16 938.5 

John Halifax, gentleman. Leipzig, 1857. 2 v. in 1. 16 938.6 

A life for a life. Leipzig, 1859. 2 v. in 1. 16 938-7 

Little Sunshine's holiday. New York, n. D. 16 131.1 1 

Mistress and maid. Leipzig, 1862. 16 938.8 

My mother and I. A girl's love story. Leipzig, 1874. 16 . . . . 938.9 

A noble life. Leipzig, 1866. 16 938.10 

The Ogilvies. Leipzig, 1863. 16 938.11 

Olive. Leipzig, 1866. 16 938.12 

Poems. Boston, 1880. 16 1827.9 

The Rosicrucian. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 4 of 968.29 

Two marriages. Leipzig, 1867. 16 938.13 

The woman's kingdom. Leipzig, 1868. 2 v. in 1. 16 938. 14 

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Young Mrs. Jardine. With illustrations. New York, n. d. 12 . . 939.30 

Craik, George Lillie. Compendious history of English literature, and of 

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Craik, George Lillie, continued. 

The English of Shakespeare ; illustrated in a philological commentary 

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The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties. New edition, revised and 

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Craik, Georgian* M. Anne Warwick. Leipzig, 1877. l ^° 934* 1 

Faith Unwin's ordeal. Leipzig, 1866. 1 6° 934.2 

Leslie Tyrrell. Leipzig, 1867. 16 934.3 

Mildred. Leipzig, 1868. 16 9344 

Sydney. London, 1881. 3 v. 12 939.28 

Sylvia's choice ; Theresa. Leipzig, 1875. 2 v * m *• l &* 934-5 

Cramp, J. M., D.D. Baptist history : from the foundation of the Christian 

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Cranberry. White, J. J. Cranberry culture. [187a] 66&21 

Crane, Anne Moncure. See Seemuller, Anne M. 

Cranfield, Lionel, earl of Middlesex, d. 1645. $ ee Lodge* E. Portraits of 

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C ran ford. [A novel.] Gaskell, Elizabeth C 939.1 

Cranmer, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, b. 1489, d. 1556. See Lodge, 

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Note. See the histories of England by Hume, Froude, Knight and Lingard, 
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Crapsey, Edward. The nether side of New York. New York, 1872. 8° 1727.25 
Crassus, Marcus Licinius, Roman triumvir, b. b. c 108, </. 53. Merivale, C 

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Crater, The. A tale of the Pacific Cooper, J. F 973- I 6 

Crates, Greek cynic philosopher, flourished B.C. 328. See F^nelon, F. de S. 

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Craven, H. T. The chimney-corner. [French's Standard drama.] v. 44-45 °* , ^57«3 

Meg's diversion. [French's Standard drama.] v. 42-43 of 1857.3 

Craven, Pauline. Eliane. From the French by lady G. Fullerton. New 

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Fleurange. From the French, by M. M. R. New York, 1873. l &* 

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Crawford, Thomas, American sculptor, b. 18 14, d. 1857. Greene, G. W. 

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Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

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Crayfish, The : introduction to the study of zoology. Huxley, T. H. . . 527.3 

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Crayon, Geoff rey, pseud. See Irving, Washington. 
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Crayon miscellany, The. Irving, W 97 2 - 10 

Creasy, Sir Edward S., English historian, b. 18 12, d. 1878. The fifteen de- 
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Miller, H. Footprints of the Creator. 1875. 426.16 

Testimony of the rocks. 1857 426.18 

Smith, G. Chaldean account of Genesis 3 I 5- I 4 

Vestiges of the natural history of creation. 1844. s 431.25 

Explanations : sequel to Vestiges of creation 431*26 

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See also Bible, Evolution, Geology, Man. 

Crebillon, Prosper Jolyot, French dramatic poet, b. 1674, d, 1762. See 

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Credi, Lorenzo di, Florentine painter, b. 1449, d. 1536. See Vasari, G. 

Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects v. 3 of 714.18 

Creighton, Louise. Life of Edward the black prince. With map. New 

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Creighton, Mandell. The age of Elizabeth. With maps. Boston, 1876. 

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History of Rome. With maps. New York, 1880. 18 [Green, J. R., 

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Crescent, The, and the cross. Warburton, E. B. G 238.3 

Cress well, Mrs. R. E. Memoir of Elizabeth Fry. [With portrait.] Lon- 
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Cresy, Edward. Encyclopaedia of civil engineering. [Illustrated.] New 

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Crete. Skinner, J. E. H. Roughing it in Crete in 1867 236.31 

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Crewe, Sir Randolf, lord chief justice of England, 6. 1588, d. 1646. See 

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Cribbage. CasselFs book of in-door amusements. [1881.] 631.20 

Dick, W. B. The American Hoyle. 1879. 633.15 

Crichton, Andrew. Memoir of Pliny. Qardine, Sir W., ed. The natural- 
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Crichton, Andrew, and Wheaton, Henry. Scandinavia, ancient and 

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Cricket. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [1881.] 632.15 

Wood, J. G., and others. Boy's own treasury of sports 632.4 

Cricket on the hearth. [A Christmas story.] Dickens, C. J. H. . v. 12 of 919.1 

Cricket on the hearth : a drama. Smith, A v. 42-43 of 1857.3 

Crime and punishment. Brace, C. L. Dangerous classes of New York. 1880. 1727.15 

Carpenter, M. Our convicts. 1864 1727.21 

Crapsey, E. The nether side of New York. 1872 1727.25 

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Crime and punishment, continued. 

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May hew, H. V^ndon labour and the London poor. . . . . . . .1727.19 

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Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Capital punishment. [An essay.] . . 1948.35 
Crimean war. See Russia. 

Critic, The. Sheridan, R. B 1868.7; v. 7 of 1857.3; v. 5 of 1859.9 

Critical and social essays from the New York nation. N. Y., 1867. 12 1937.14 
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Helps, Sir A. Criticism v. 1 of 191 5-8 

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Maurice, F. D. On critics. [A lecture.] 1918.25 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d'. A short essay on critics 194S.34 

Pope, A. Essay on criticism. . v. 1 of 1817.1 

Literary criticism. 

Arnold, M. Essays in criticism. 1877. 1926.17 

Mixed essays. 1S79 1915-20 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism. 1858-60 1918.24 

Besant, W. Studies in early French poetry. 1877 1925.18 

Carlyle, T. Critical and miscellaneous essays. . . 1915.17; v. 6-1 1 of 11 26.1 

De Quincey, T. Literary criticism v. 4 of 1 125.13 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 7*3*45 

Goldsmith, O. Critical reviews v. 4 of 1122.22 

Greg, W. R. Literary and social judgments. 1873 1926.20 

Hadley, J. Essays, philological and critical 1917-30 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878. 1925.22 

The plain speaker : opinions on books, men, and things. 187a . 1914.25 
Higginson, T. W. Short studies of American authors. 1880. . . . 1937.3 

Hunt, J. H. L. Men, women, and books I 9 , 4-5 

James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. 1878 1 9 2 5-3 I 

Jeffrey, F., lord. Contributions to the Edinburgh review 1919-41 

Longfellow, H. W. Drift wood: a collection of essays. . . . v. x of 1131.4 
Lowell, J. R. Among my books. 1880 1936.24 

My study windows. 1880. 1936127 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical and miscellaneous essays 191 5.13 

Masson, D. Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, and other essays. 1874. . 1925.27 

Morley, J. Critical miscellanies. 1877-78 1926.32 

Nadal, E. S. Newspaper literary criticism. [An essay.] 1938.27 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. 1875. - io 4&-34 

Life without and life within. 1878 1948.35 

Poe, E. A. The literati v. 3 of 1131.24 

Prescott, W. H. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 1879. • • • x 958.34 
Sainte-Beuve, C. A. English portraits. 1875. • • • • 718.22 

Monday chats. 1877 1926.22 

Scott, Sir W. Criticism on novels and romances. . . . . . v. 18 of 11 23.7 

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Criticism. Literary criticism, continued, 

Shairp, J. C. Aspects of poetry. 1881 1926.31 

Studies in poetry and philosophy. 1878 . . . .1925.10 

Stephen, L. Hours in a library. 1875 1926.15 

Stevenson, R. L. Familiar studies of men and books. 1882 1918.26 

Taylor, B. Critical essays and literary notes. 1880. 1937.42 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 I 939<37 

Whipple, E. P. Essays and reviews. 1878 . 1936.8 

Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 I 9 2 5 I 3 

See alec Humorists, Literature. Novels and novelists, Poets. For criticisms 
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Critique of pure reason. Kant, 1 17 13.3 

Critiques and addresses. Huxley, T. H 1916.16 

Croakers of society and literature. [An essay.] Whipple, E. P. .v. 2 of 1936.8 
Crockett, David, American adventurer ; b. 1786, d. 1836. See Abbott, J. S. 

C. American pioneers and patriots 772.13 

Crofton boys, The. Martineau, Harriet 131. 3 

Crohoore of the billhook. Banim, M 922.30 

Croker, John Wilson, Irish critic and politician, b. 1780, d. 1857. See Mar- 
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Croker, Thomas Crofton. Killarney legends. Illustrated. Lond., 1875. x ^° 922.6 
Croll, James. Climate and time in their geological relations. [Plates 

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Croly, George, English author, b. 1780, d. i860. Salathiel the immortal. 

New edition, revised. London, N. D. 16 912.4 

Sketch of Jeremy Taylor. See Taylor, Jeremy. Holy living 1629.26 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719*24 

Cromartie, Earl of. See Mackenzie, George. 

Crombie, Andrew, b. ijGo,d. 1842. See McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. 1713.25 

C ROME, John, English painter, b. 1769,*/. 182 1. See Keddie, H. Modern 

painters and their paintings 714.10 

Cromwell, Oliver, lord protector of England, b. 1599, d. 1658. Letters and 
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Carlyle, T. Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. . v. 12 of 11 26.1 
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Cordery, B. M., and Phillpotts, J. S. King and commonwealth. 1876. 826.5 

Forster, J. Statesmen of the commonwealth of England 716.28 

Gardiner, S. R. The first two Stuarts and the Puritan revolution. 1876. 861.23 

Guizot, F. P. G. Life of Cromwell. 1877 721.16 

James, G. P. R. Memoirs of great commanders. 711*38 

Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 2 of 826.9 
Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. Memoirs of celebrated characters. . v. 2 of 711.33 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 5 of 718.9 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Life without and life within * 94 8-35 

Smith, G. Three English statesmen. 1879 715*17 

Southey, R. Select lives of Cromwell and Bunyan. 1861 721.10 

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vol. x , and Lingard's History, vol. 8. Biographical sketches of Cromwell's 



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Cromwell, Richard, son of the protector, b. 1626, d. 17 12. See Jesse, J. H. 

Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. v. 2 of 826.9 

Cromwell, Thomas, earl of Essex, d. 1540. See Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 1 of 718-9 

Cronaca, II. See Pollaiuolo, Simone del. 

Cronise, Titus Fey. The natural wealth of California; with a description 

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Crooked places. A story of struggles and hopes. Mayo, Isabella F. • . 937-6 
Crookes, William. Practical hand book of dyeing and calico printing. With 

illustrations. London, 1874. 8° 675.30 

Crooks, George R. Old and new theologies. [Boston Monday lectures.] . 1647.2 
Cropsey, Jasper Francis, American fainter, b. 1823. Sheldon, G. W. Amer- 
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Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Croquet. Cassell's book of sports and pastimes. [1881.] 632.15 

Rules for the game of croquet 1880 632.1 

Crosby, Frank. Life of Abraham Lincoln: with documents illustrative of 

his administration. [Portrait.] Philadelphia, 1865. I2 ° 774**4 

Crosby, Howard. Calm view of temperance. [Crosby, H., and others. 

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Same. [Boston Monday lectures.] 1647.2 

Crosby, Howard, and others. Moderation vs. total abstinence. New York, 

1881. 12 i748.it 

Contents. Calm view of the temperance question by H. Crosby; Review of 




znented liquors, by E. M. Hunt; An open letter, by A. J. Gordon; Com- 
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Cross, Mary Ann, formerly Mrs. Lewes (George Eliot), English novelist and 

poetess, b. 1820, d. 1880. Impressions of Theophrastus Such. New 

York, 1879. 12 1927-24 

The legend of Jubal, and other poems. Boston, 1874. 12 . . . . 1827.15 

Contents. Legend of Tubal; Agatha; Armgart; How Lisa loved the king; 
A minor prophet ; Brother and sister; Stradivarius; Two lovers; Arion; 
" O may I join the choir invisible." 

Novels. With illustrations. New York, N. D. 9 V. 12 . . . . . 936.15 

Contents. Vol. I. Adam Bede. II. The mill on the Floss. III. Felix 
Holt the radical. IV. Scenes from clerical life and Silas Marncr. V. 
Romola. VI-VII. Middlemarch. VII1-IX. Daniel Deronda. 

The Spanish gypsy. A poem. Boston, 1868. 12 1827.16 

Wit and wisdom. With a memoir. Boston, 1881. 1 8° 1927.6 

Field, Mrs. H. M. The author of Adam Bede in her own home. 1875. 228.24 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

Morley, J. Critical miscellanies. 1878 ▼. 1 of 1926.32 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17.2 

Taylor, B. Critical essays and literary notes. 1880. 1937-42 

Note. See Harper's monthly, vol. 6a, and Contemporary review, vol. 39. 

Cross, Richard Assheton, English statesman, b, 1823. Sec National portrait 

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Cross Patch, and other stories. Woolsey, Sarah C X 33- I 9 

Crossing the quicksands. [A book for boys.] Cozzens, S. W I2 3Jo 



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Crotchet castle. [A talc] Peacock, T. L. 9x8.24 

Crowe, Catherine. The advocate's wedding-day. [Johnson, E. R. f ed. 

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The night-side of nature, or, ghosts and ghost-seers. N. Y., 1850. 1 2° . 17x9.18 

Crowe, Joseph Archer, and Cavalcaselle, G. B. History of painting in 
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History of painting in north Italy, from the 14th to the 16th century. 

With illustrations. London, 187 1. 2 v. 8° 616.16 

Crowest, Frederick. The great tone-poets : short memoirs. Lond., 1878. 12 714.21 

Contents. Johann Sebastian Bach; Georg Friedrich Handel; Christopher 
Willibald Cluck; Franz Joseph Haydn ; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; 
Ludwig van Beethoven; Ludwig Spohr; Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von 
Weber; Gioachino Rossini; Franz Peter Schubert; Felix Mendelssohn 
Bartholdy; Robert Schumann. 

Crowfield, Christopher, pseud. See Stowe, Harriet E. Beecher. 

Crown, The, of wild olive. Ruskin, J *757* 2 3 

Cruden, Alexander. Complete concordance to the Old and New Testa- 
ment With life of the author. [Portrait.] New York, 1879. L. 8° . R. L. 
Cruikshank, George, English caricaturist, 6. 1792, d. 1878. Keddie, H. 

Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Thackeray, W. M. George Cruikshank: a critical review. . .v. x8 of 915.x 

Thornbury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. . .v. 2 of 714.28 

Cruise in the " Gorgon ; " on the east coast of Africa. Devereux, W. C. . 324.22 

Cruise of the Betsey; a summer in the Hebrides. Miller, H 426.12 

Cruise of the Casco. [A story for boys.] Kellogg, £ 124.9 

Cruise of the Frolic A sea story. Ballantyne, R. M 125.16 

Cruise of the Ghost [Sequel to the Moral pirates.] Alden, W. L. . . 1262 

Cruise of the Midge. Scott, M 922.11 

Cruise of the steam yacht North Star. Choules, J. 221.20 

Crusades. Chronicles of the crusades [of Richard 1 and Louis ix. 1187- 

1271] 1729.12 

Cox, SirG. W. The crusades. [1 096-1 291.] 861.27 

Edgar, J. G. The crusades and the crusaders. [1050-1275.] .... 147*6 
Jacob, S., and others. History of the Ottoman empire, including the 

crusades. [1095-1291.] 853.16 

James, G. P. R. History of chivalry [and the crusades] 17294 

Lacroix, P. Military and religious life in the middle ages +617.13 

Mackay, C. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions I 7 I 97 

Michaud, J. F. History of the crusades, [a. d. 300-1685.] .... 1729.10 

Note. See Milman's Latin Christianity, vol. 4-6, Gibbon's Decline and fall, 
vol. 5-6, and references under Chivalry and knighthood, Middle ages, 
Louis ix, and Richard 1. 

Crusoe in New York, and other tales. Hale, E. E 9757 

Crusoe's island. [Juan Fernandez in 1849.] Browne, J. R. 342.1 1 

Crust, The, and the cake. Mayo, Isabella F 937*3 

Cruvelli, Sophie. See Vigier. 

Cry, The, of the children. [A poem.] Browning, Elizabeth B. . v. 2 of 1827.23 

Cryptogram, The. A novel. De Mille, J 979-49 

Crystals. Ruskin, J. Ethics of the dust. 1879 426.20 

Tyndall, J. Crystals and molecular force. [An address.] 417*6 

W he well, W. History of the inductive sciences. v. 2 of 417.10 

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226 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Cuba. Ballou, M. M. History of Cuba. [1492-1854.] 8799 

Gallenga, A. The pearl of the Antilles. 1873 34^ n 

Hazard, S. Cuba with pen and pencil. [1865-66.] 547*7 

Helps, Sir A. The Spanish conquest in America. v. 1 of 863.7 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von. The equinoctial regions of America. 1799- 

1804. v. 3 of 337.1a 

Steele, J. W. Cuban sketches. 1881 34^9 

Trollope, A. The West Indies. [1859.] 345-8 

Woodruff, J. L. M. My winter in Cuba. 187 1 346.5 

Cuckow, The, and the nightingale. [A poem.] Chaucer, G. . . . v. 3 of 1815.9 

Cudworth, Rev. Warren H. Sermon on the death of Abraham Lincoln. 

[Sermons preached in Boston on the death of Lincoln.] 16474 

Cullis, Charles, M. D. t founder of the Consumptives' home, Boston. See Japp, 

A. H. Noble workers. 711.22 

Culprit fay, The. A poem. Drake, J. R 1837.27 

Culross, James, D.D. William Carey. New York, 1882. 12 [Heroes 

of Christian history.] 742*24 

Culture. Arnold, M. Culture and anarchy. 1875 191521 

Blackie, J. S. On self-culture. 1874 1762.9 

Channing, W. E. Self-culture: an address. .... 1131-35; v. 2 of 1 131.27 

Clarke, J. F. Self-culture. 1880 1762.18 

Diman, J. L. The method of academic culture. [An address.] . . . 1939*28 

Emerson, R. W. Conduct of life v. 3 of 1131.13 

Progress of culture v. 4 of 1131.13 

Hamerton, P. G. The intellectual life. 1879 1762.15 

Helps, Sir A. Conversations on war and general culture. 1915.11 

Higginson, T. W. A plea for culture. [An essay,] 1936.17 

Huxley, T. H. Science and culture. [An address.] . 1916.17 

Morley, J. On popular culture. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1926.32 

Northrop, B. G. Culture and knowledge. [A lecture.] 176343 

Shairp, J. C. Culture and religion. 1871 1925*15 

Youmans, E. L., ed. Culture demanded by modern life. 1871. . . . 1762.25 

See also Books and reading. Civilization, Conduct of life, Education, Litera- 
ture. 

Cumberland, Earl of See Clifford, George. 

Cumberland, Richard, English dramatist, b. 1732, d. 181 1. The brothers; 

The West Indian. [Modern British drama.] v. 4 of 1859.9 

The Observer. [British essayists.] v. 32-34 of 191 1.5 

Scott, Sir W. Biography of Richard Cumberland. v. 3 of 1 123.7 

Cumberland, Army of the. See Army of the Cumberland. 

Cumming, Constance Frederica Gordon. At home in Fiji. With map and 

illustrations. Second edition. Edinburgh, 1881. 2 v. 8° . . . 343.17 
From the Hebrides to the Himalayas. [Illustrated.] Lond., 1876. 2 v. 8° 213.19 
Cumming, Roualeyn Gordon. Five years of a hunter's life in south Africa. 

[1843-48.] New York, 1874. 2 v. 8° .* . . . 324.15 

Cumming, W. Gordon. Wild men and wild beasts; or, scenes in camp and 

jungle. N.Y., n.d. 12 . [Taylor, B., ed. Illustrated library of travel.] 245.3 
Cummings, Charles A. Architecture in Boston. [Winsor, J., ed. Memo- 
rial history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

The press and literature of the last hundred years. [Winsor, J., ed. 

Memorial history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 



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Cummings, William H. Purcell. New York, 1881. 12 [Hueffer, F., ed. 

The great musicians.] 74 2 *5 

Cummins, Maria S., American novelist, b. 1827, d. 1866. El FureidSs. 

Boston, i860. 12 962.12 

The lamplighter. Boston, 1879. I2 ° • • • •' 962.25 

Mabel Vaughan. Boston, 1882. 12 962.26 

Cundall, Joseph. Hans Holbein. [Portrait and illustrations.] New York, 

1879. 12 . [Illustrated biographies of the great artists.] 712.18 

Cunningham, A. C. Life of George Crabbe. See Crabbe, G. Poetical works. 1812.16 

Cunningham, Allan, Scotch author, b. 1785, d. 1842. The haunted ships; 

The king of the peak. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 4 of 968.29 

De Quincey, T. Literary reminiscences v. 3 of 11 25. 13 

Hall, S. C Book of memories. 1S77 7 I 9- 2 4 

Hogg, J. Reminiscences v. 5 of 18 12. 13 

Note. See Wilson's Poets of Scotland, vol. 2, and Chambers's English litera- 
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Cunningham, Rev. John. Home-spun religion; The religion of love. 

[Scotch sermons.] 1649.37 

Cunningham, Virginia. Madelaine. [French's Standard drama.] v. 32-33 of 1857.3 
Cunynghame, Sir Arthur Thurlow. My command in south Africa. 1874- 

78. With maps. London, 1879. 8° 325.12 

Cupid and Chow-chow [and other stories]. Alcott, Louisa M. . . . v. 3 of 135.3 

Cupid and the Sphinx. McClellan, Harriet H. . . .' 963-1 

Cupid's revenge. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J v. 2 of 1868.20 

Curculio, or the forgery : a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 1 of 1856.15 

Cure, A, for the heartache : a comedy. Morton, T v. 2 of 1857.3 

Curiosity. Plutarchus. Inquisitiveness into things impertinent, v. 2 of 17 17.15 

Curious myths of the middle ages. Baring-Gould, S 1664.12 

Curley, Edwin A. Nebraska: its advantages, resources, and drawbacks. 

Illustrated. [Maps.] London, [1875.] 8° 334'5* 

Curran, John Philpot, Irish statesman and orator, b. 1750, d. 1817. Speeches. 
Edited by J. A % L. Whittier. Second edition. [With portrait and 
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Brougham, H., lord. Note on J. P. Curran v. 4 of 1 127.5 

Curran, W. H. Life of J. P. Curran. With additions and notes by 

R. S. Mackenzie. [1865.] 724.9 

Jeffrey, F., lord. Contributions to the Edinburgh review. 1875. . . 1919.41 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879 1233.19 

Phillips, C. Currran and his contemporaries. 1877 724.15 

Curran, William Henry. Life of John Philpot Curran. With additions 

and notes by R. S. Mackenzie. [Portrait.] New York, n.d. 12 . . 724.9 
Currency. See Money. 
Current discussion : a collection from English essays on questions of the 

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Currents and counter-currents in medical science. Holmes, O. W. . . 663.20 

Currer Bell, pseud. See Nicholls, Charlotte Bronte. 

Currier, W. H. B. History of Merrimac and Salisbury, Mass. [Tracy, 

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Curse of Kehama. [A poem.] Southey, R . . .v. 4 of 1817.7 

Cursb of Minerva. [A poem.] Byron, G. G. N., lord, v. x of 18 15.6 



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Curteis, Arthur M. Rise of the Macedonian empire. With maps. New 
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Curtis, Ariana W. The spirit of seventy-six ; or the coming woman. [Also] 

A change of base, and Doctor Mondschein. Boston, 187 1. 12 . . . 1861.23 

Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, American judge, b. 1809, d. 1874. Memoir, with 

some of his professional and miscellaneous writings. Edited by his son, 

B. R. Curtis. [Portrait.] Boston, 1879. 2 v - 8° 776.17 

Contents. Vol. I. Memoir, by George T. Curtis. II. Professional and mis- 
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Curtis, Benjamin Robbins. Dottings round the circle. [1875-76.] Fourth 

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Curtis, George Ticknor. Life of Daniel Webster. Fourth edition, [With 

portraits.] New York, 1872. 2 v. 8° 768.19 

Memoir of Benjamin Robbins Curtis. See Curtis, B. R v. 1 of 776.17 

Curtis, George William, American author and critic \ b. 1824. Biographical 

sketch of Theodore Winthrop. See Winthrop, T. Cecil Dreeme. 978.18 
Eulogy on Charles Sumner. See Massachusetts. Publications by the state. 

The howadji in Syria. New York, 1877. I2 ° 238.20 

Lotus-eating : a summer book. Illustrated. New York, 1877. 12 . 332.29 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Rice, A. T., ed. Essays from the North Ameri- 
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Nile notes of a howadji. New York, 1877. 12 322.14 

The Potiphar papers. New York, 1878. 12 974.9 

Prue and I. New York, N. D. 12 974.8 

Trumps. A novel. Illustrated. New York, 1876. 12 974 10 

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Duyckinck's American literature, vol. a. 

Curtis, Mary Frazier. Tanagra figurines. [With plates.] Bost., 1879. 8° 625.38 
Curtius, Ernst, German historian, b. 1814. History of Greece. Translated 

by A. W.Ward. New York, n.d. 5 v. 8° 816.13 

Curwen, Henry. A history of booksellers. With portraits and illustrations. 

London, [1873.] I2 ° 719-7 



Contents. The booksellers of olden times; The Longman family; Constable, 
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Knight, and Cassell; Henry Colburn; The Rivingtons, the Parkers, and 



Cadell, and Black; John Murray; William Blackwood; Chambers, 
Knight, and Cassell; Henry Colburn; The Rivingtons, the Parkers, and 
Tames Nisbet; Butterworih and Churchill; Edward Moxon; Kelly and 
Virtue; Thomas Tegg; Thomas Nelson; Simpkin, Marshall, & Co.; 
Charles Edward Mudie; W. H. Smith and son; Provincial booksellers. 

Curzon, Robert. Monasteries of the East New York, 1854. 12 . . . 238.19 
Cusack, Mary F. C. The student's manual of Irish history. [B.C. 2520? 

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Murray, J. O'K., ed. The prose and poetry of Ireland. 1878. . . . 1819.9 
Cushing, Caleb, American jurist, b. 1800, d. 1879. The social -condition of 

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The treaty of Washington. New York, 1873. 8° 1769112 

Cushing, Luther Stearns. Law and practice of legislative assemblies in 

the United States. Boston, 1856. 8° 1767.28 

Cushing, William, American jurist, b. 1732, d. 1810. See Flanders, H. 

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Cushman, Charlotte Saunders, American actress, b. 18 16, d. 1876. Clement, 

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Stebbins, E. Charlotte Cushman : her letters and memories of her life. 

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Cushman, Robert Discourse [on the state of the colony]. [Young, A. 

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Custer, George, American general, b. 1839, d. 1876 My life on the plains. 

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Whittaker, F. Complete life of George A. Custer. [1876.] .... 775.44 
Custom of the country ; a comedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. v. 1 of 1S6S.20 
Customs. See Manners and customs. 
Cuthbert, St., bishop of Durham, d. 687. See Montalembert, C. F. de T., 

comte de. The monks of the West v. 2 of 759*26 

Cuthbert Bede, pseud. See Bradley, Edward. 

Cutlery. Bevan, G. P. The industrial classes. 1876 v. 1 of 673.4 

Call is, F. Cutlery. 1876. v. 11 of 673.5 

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Cuvier, Georges C. L. F. D., baron, French philosopher, statesman, and natu- 
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history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. 
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Biographical sketch of Daubenton. [Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's 

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Brougham, H., lord. Analytical view of Cuvier's Researches on fossil 

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Cuyler, Theodore L. Joseph Cook's pulpit and temperance. [Crosby, H., 

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Cuyp, Albrecht, Dutch painter, b. 1606, d. 1683 ? Fairholt, F. W. Homes, 

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Keddie, H. The old masters and their pictures. 1877 714*12 

Note. See Kugler*s German, Flemish, and Dutch schools, vol. a, and a paper 
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Cyclopaedia. See Encyclopaedia. 

Cyclops : a tragedy. Euripides v. 2 of 1856.13 

Cymbeline: a tragedy. Shakespeare, W. . 1865.6; v. 2 of 18667; v. 8 of *i858.7 

Cynthia's revels ; or, the fountain of self-love. Jonson, B 1868.17 

Cyprian, .£/., bishop of Carthage, b. 200, d. 258. See Jackson, G. A. The 

fathers of the third century 16614 

Cyprus. Baker, Sir S. W. Cyprus as I saw it in 1879. 3*6 3 

Brassey, A. Sunshine and storm in the East. [1874-78.] 2I 4*>3 

Cesnola, L. P. di. Cyprus: its ancient cities, tombs, and temples. 

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Cyprus, continued. 

Oilier, E. Cassell's Russo-Turkish war. With a history of Cyprus [to 

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Cyril, or Cyrillus, St., d. 868 ? See Maclear, G. F. Apostles of mediaeval 

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Cyrilla. A novel. Tautphoeus, Jemima M., baronesse von 943*2 

Cyrus, the great, king of Persia, d. B. c 529. Abbott, J. History of Cyrus 

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Xenophon. The Cyropaedia ; or, institution of Cyrus 1847.16 

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Cyrus, the younger ', satrap ofLydia, d. B. c. 401. Xenophon. The Anabasis, 

or expedition of Cyrus. 1847.15 

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Dab Kinzer: a story of a growing boy. Stoddard, W. 124-P 

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Daddow, Samuel H., and Bannan, Benjamin. Coal, iron, and oil. With 

maps and engravings. Pottsville, 1866. 8° 679^8 

Dahlgren, John A., American rear-admiral, b, 1809, d. 1870. Memoir of 

Ulric Dahlgren. [With portrait.] Philadelphia, 1872. 12 . . . . 775.10 
Dahlgren, Madeleine Vinton. Etiquette of social life in Washington. 

Fifth edition. Philadelphia, 1881. 12 1761.9 

South sea sketches. [Descriptions of Callao, Lima, Santa Rosa, Val- 
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Dahlgren, Ulric, American colonel in civil war, f>. 1842, d. 1864. Chesney, 

C. C. Essays in military biography. 1874 1918.28 

Dahlgren, J. A. Memoir of Ulric Dahlgren. 1872 775.10 

Dahomey. Skertchly, J. A. Dahomey as it is. [1871.] 324.28 

Daily news' correspondence of the war between Germany and France, 1870- 

71. Edited with notes and comments. Maps and plans. Lond., 1871. 12 839.5 
Dairy farming. See Agriculture. 

Daisy. [Sequel to Melbourne house.] Warner, Susan 965.4 

Daisy Burns. [A novel.] Kavanagh, Julia. 94>'6 

Daisy chain, The. Yonge, Charlotte M 933*>8 

Daisy Miller : a study. James, H., jr. 978.1 

Daisy Travers. [A book for girls.] Samuels, Adelaide F. 134-17 

Dale, Richard, commodore, b. 1756, d. 1826. See Cooper, J. F. Lives of 

distinguished American naval officers v. 2 of 762.9 

Dale, Robert William, English liberal and nonconformist, b. 1829,. See 

Davidson, J. M. Eminent English liberals 715.19 

D'Aligny, Henry F. Q. Beet-root sugar and alcohol, pressed coal, etc See 

United States. Department of state. Paris exposition reports, 1867. v. 1 of 1555.7 
D'Aligny, Henry F. Q., and others. Mining and the mechanical preparation 

of ores. See United States. Department of state. Paris exposition re- 
ports, 1867 v. 4 of 15557 



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Dall, Caroline Wells Healy. The college, the market, and the court ; or, 

woman's relation to education, labor, and law. Boston, 1867. 8° . 1758.38 

My first holiday ; or, letters home from Colorado, Utah, and California. 

Boston, 1881. 12 335.21 

The other side. [Brackets A. C, ed. Education of American girls.] . 1763.19 
Dall, William Healy. Alaska and its resources. [Illustrations and a map.] 

Boston, 1870. 8° 3 2 8.55 

Dalling, Baron. See Bulwer, William Henry Lytton Earle. 

Dalmatia. Freeman, E. A. The Illyrian emperors and their land. v. 3 of 1917.26 
Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of Venice. 188 1. . 235.9 

Paton, A. A. Highlands and islands of the Adriatic. 1849 237.37 

Wilkinson, Sir J. G. Dalmatia and Montenegro. 1848 237.24 

Dalrymple, J. S. The naiad queen. [French's Standard drama.] v. 38-39 of 1857.3 
Dalton, John C.,/r., Af.D. Treatise on human physiology. Sixth edition, 

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Daly, August in. Frou Frou. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 44-45 °f l &S7-3 
Damascus. Benjamin, S. G. W. The world's paradises. 1880 213.2 

Churchill, C. The Druzes and Maronites. [Massacre of the Christians.] 853.30 

Curtis, G. W. The howadji in Syria. 1877 238.20 

Porter, J. L. Five years in Damascus. [1850-55.] 238.25 

The giant cities of Bashan. [1865.] 238.17 

Warner, C. D. In the Levant. [1875.] 238.26 

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Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 6. 

Damen's ghost. [A novel.] Bynner, E. L 978.42 

Damer, Anne Seymour, English sculptress \ b. 1748, d. 1828. See Thomson, 

K. B. and J. C. The queens of society 718.5 

Damon and Pythias : a tragedy. Banim, J v. 5 of 1857.3 

Damon, or true friendship : a comedy. Lessing, G. E v. 2 of 1863.9 

Dam pier, William, English navigator \ b. 1652, </. 1712. Kingston, W. H. G. 

Notable voyages from Columbus to Parry 215.4 

Thornbury, G. W. The buccaneers, or monarchs of the main. . . . 711.25 

Verne, J. Famous travels and travellers. 1879. 215.10 

Dana, Charles Anderson, editor. The household book of poetry. Eleventh 

edition, revised and enlarged. With illustrations. New York, 1879. 8° 1814.43 
Dana, James Dwight Corals and coral islands. [Illustrations.] New York, 

1879. 8° 425.51 

The geological story briefly told. With illustrations. N. Y., 1875. I2 ° 425.19 
Manual of geology. Illustrated. Third edition. New York, 1880. 8° 425.40 
Dana, James Dwight, and Brush, George Jarvis. System of mineralogy. 
Fifth edition, rewritten and enlarged. [With appendixes by G. J. Brush 

and E. S. Dana.] Illustrated. New York, 1877. 8° 424.37 

Dana, Richard Henry, American poet and essayist, b. 1787, d. 1879. Poems 

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Taylor, B. Critical essays and literary notes. 1880. 1937.42 

Whipple, E. P. Essays and reviews. 1878 v. 2 of 1936.8 

Not*. See Duyckinck's American literature, vol. x, Griswold's Prose writers, 
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Dana, Richard Henry, />., American lawyer and author, b, 18 15, d. 1882. 
Two years before the mast New edition, with subsequent matter. 
Boston, 1879. 12 n 4*8 



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Dana, Samuel L. Muck manual. Fifth edition. New York, N. D. 12° . 66442 

Dana, William B. Cotton from seed to loom. New York, 1878. 8° . . 673.31 

Danbury news man. See Bailey, James M. 

Danby, Earls of See Danvers, Henry, and Osborne, Thomas. 

Dance, Charles. The country squire. [French's Standard drama.] ▼. 58-59 of 1857.3 

Dandyism : an essay. Nadal, E. S 1958^7 

Dangerous classes of New York. Brace, C. L. 1727-15 

Daniel Deronda. [A novel.] Cross, Mary Ann. v. 8-9 of 936.15 

Daniell, Mrs. See Darton, J. M. Heroism of Christian women of our own 

time 718.14 

Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, b. 1265, d. 1521. The divine comedy. Trans- 
lated by H. W. Longfellow. Boston, 1879. 5 v. 16 . . . . 1829.5 

Contents. Vol. I. Inferno. II. Purgatorio. III. Paradiso. 

Francesca of Rimini. Translated by lord Byron. See Byron, G. G. N., 

lord. Poetical works v. 2 of 1815.6 

The new life. Translated by C. E. Norton [with essays and notes]. 

Boston, 1867. 4° 1829.28 

The vision ; or, hell, purgatory, and paradise. Translated by H. F. Cary. 
New edition, corrected. With the life of Dante, notes, and index. 

[Portrait.] London, 1877. 12 18299 

Alison, Sir A. Homer, Dante, and Michael Angelo. [An essay.] . . 1919-45 
Botta, V. Dante as philosopher, patriot, and poet. With an analysis 

of the Divina commedia. 1865 757.21 

Carlyle, T. Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. . v. 12 of 1126.1 

Fiske, J. Longfellow's Dante. [A review.] i957- 2 7 

Hallam, A. H. Remains in verse and prose. 1865 1 125.6 

Hunt, J. H. L. Stories from the Italian poets : with lives of the writers. 

v. 1 of 951.12 
Longfellow, H. W. Dante and the Divina commedia. [An essay.] v. 1 of 113M 

Lowell, J. R. Among my books. 1880 v. 2 of 1956.24 

Macaulay,T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays, v. 1 of 191 5- '3 
Oliphant, M. O. W. Dante. [A review of his life and works.] . . . 1924.1 

The makers of Florence. 1877 757-^ 

Rossetti, M. F. A shadow of Dante : an essay towards studying him- 
self, his world and his pilgrimage. 1872 1925.25 

Symonds, J. A. An introduction to the study of Dante. 1872. . . . 192534 

Not*. Consult Stmonde de Sismondi's Literature of the south of Europe, vol. 
1, Longfellow's Poets and poetry of Europe, and Browning's biographical 
sketch in the Encylopssdia Britannica, vol. 6. 

Danton, Georges Jacques, French politician and revolutionist, b. 1759, d. 
1794. See Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George in 
and iv v. 5 of H27-S 

Not*. See Lamartine's Girondists, and the histories of the French revolution. 

Danube. Butterworth, H. Zigzag journeys in the Orient 1881. • . . I2&4* 

Fiske, J. The races of the Danube. [An essay.] I937- 2 * 

Kohl, J. G. Vienna, Prague, Hungary, Bohemia, and the Danube. 1845. 237O 1 
Mansfield, R. B. The log of the Water Lily. 1851-52 232.3 

Danvers, Henry, earl of Danby, English statesman, b. 1573, d. 1643. •&* 

Lodge, £. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 4 of 7*8-9 



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D' An vers, N. Elementary history of art. Illustrated. Lond., 1874. 8°. 613.8 
Raphael. [Portrait and illustrations.] New York, 1879. I2 °* [Illus- 
trated biographies of the great artists.] 712.22 

Dan vers, Mass. Archer, C. F. W. History of Danvers. [1 752-1878.] . 878.33 
Webber, C. H., and Nevins, W. S. Historical sketch of Danvers. 1877. 877.11 

Daphnaida. [A poem.] Spenser, E v. 3 of 181 7.8 

D'Arblay, Frances. See Arblay, Frances d\ 

Darc, Jeanne (La Pucelle d*Orlcans), French heroine, b. 1410, d. 1431. 

Chambers's miscellany. Joan of Arc. v. 3 of 1232.7 

Clarke, J. F. Events and epochs in religious history. 1 881 1658.16 

Clarke, M. C. World-noted women. 1868 719.26 

De Quincey, T. Biographical and historical essays v. 6 of 11 25.13 

Lamartine, A. M. L. P. de. Memoirs of celebrated characters. . v. 2 of 711.33 

Parr, H. Life and death of Jeanne D'Arc. 1866. 749. 10 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 71 9- '7 

Tuckey, J. Joan of Arc, "the maid." 1880. 74i*x6 

Note. For historical accounts see Guizot's Popular history of France, toI. 3, 
Micbclet's History of France, vol. 2, pp. 131-160, Creasy's Fifteen de- 
cisive battles, ana Knight's Half hours of English history. See also 
Schiller's tragedy, Shakespeare's Henry vi, Mrs. Charles's loan the maid, 
and a paper on the trial oi Jeanne Darc in Harper's monthly, vol. 63. 

Darius, the great, king of Persia, b. B. c. 549 ? d. 486. Abbott, J. History 

of Darius the great, [b. c. 530-485.] . / 143-4 

Church, A. J. Stories of the East from Herodotus. 1881 18544 

Rawlinson, G. Five great monarchies v. 3 of 812.15 

Dark ages, The. See Middle ages. 

Dark hour before dawn. Brougham, J., and Goodrich, F. B. . v. 28-29 of 1857.3 

Dark night's work, A. Gaskell, Elizabeth C. . . . * 939 3 

Dark scenes of history. James, G. P. R. 841.24 

Darley, Felix O. C. Sketches abroad with pen and pencil. New York, 

1869. Sq. 12 223.34 

Darling, Grace, English heroine. See Chambers's miscellany. . . v. 2 of 1232.7 
Darlington, William, M.D. American weeds and useful plants. Revised, 

with additions, by G. Thurber. New York, 1879. I2 ° 665.12 

Darn ley, Lord. See Stuart, Henry. 

Darnley; or, the field of the cloth of gold. James, G. P. R 9*3 4 

Dartmouth college, Hanover, N.H. Catalogue [of the officers, and stu- 
dents], 1881-82. Hanover, 1881. 8° 1764.22 

Smith, B. P. History of Dartmouth college. 1878 1764.29 

Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., eds. The college book. . . . *i 764.43 
Webster, D. The Dartmouth college case, 1818. . . . 1137.22; v. 5 of 1136.5 
Darton, J. M. The heroism of Christian women of our own time. New 

York, 1882. 12 718.14 

Contents. H. R. H. princess Louise; Agnes Elisabeth Jones: Lady Hope; 
Mary Carpenter; Margaret Lucas; Mrs. Daniell; Agnes Elizabeth Wes- 
ton; Ellen Ranyard; Mary Ann Reed; Catherine Tait; Frances Ridley 
Havergal; Sister Dora; Eleanor Fisher; Mrs. Wakefield; Christine R. 
Alsop; Anne Mackenzie; Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna. 

Darwin, Charles Robert, English scientist, b. 1809, d. 1882. Descent of 
man, and selection in relation to sex. Illustrations. New edition, 

revised. New York, 1879. 8° 431*14 

Expression of the emotions in man and animals. Illustrations. New 

York, 1873. l2 ° '724.5 



234 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Darwin, Charles Robert, continued. 

Formation of vegetable mould through the action of worms, with obser- 
vations on their habits. Illustrations. New York, 1882. 12 . . 426.21 

Insectivorous plants. With illustrations. New York, 1875. 8° . . 437-37 

Movements and habits of climbing plants. Second edition, revised. Il- 
lustrations. New York, 1876. 8° 437-35 

Natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage 

of H. M. S. Beagle. (1832-36.] New edition. New York, 1878. 8° 445-7 

Origin of species by means of natural selection. New edition. New 

York, 1880. 8° • 431.13 

Variation of animals and plants under domestication. Second edition, 

revised. Illustrations. New York, 1876. 2 v. 8° 431.15 

The various contrivances by which orchids are fertilised by insects. 

Second edition, revised. Illustrations. New York, 1877. 8° . . 437.34 

What Mr. Darwin saw in his voyage round the world in the a Beagle." 
[Adaptation of the "Voyage of the Beagle," for young people.] 
Illustrated. New York, [1879.] Sq.8° 13847 

Note. See an essay on Mr. Darwin in Atlantic monthly, vol. 49, and reviews 
of his development theory under Evolution. 

Darwin, Charles Robert and Francis. The power of movement in plants. 

With illustrations. New York, 188 1. 8° . 437.36 

Darwin, Erasmus, English physiologist and poet, b. 1731, d. 1802. See Lewes, 

G. H. Biographical history of philosophy 1712,19 

Darwin, Francis. The power of movement in plants. See Darwin, Charles R. 

Darwinism. See Evolution and development 

Dates. See Chronology. 

Dau benton, Louis J. M., French naturalist > b. 1716, </. 1800. See Jardine, 

Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library v. 10 of 522.5 

D'Aubigne. See Merle d'Aubigne*. 

Dauge, Henri. The Georgians. Bost., 1881. 16 [Round-robin series.] 978.39 

Daughter, The : a play. Knowles, J. S v. 1 of 1868.11 

Daughter of Bohemia. A novel. Fisher, Frances C 969.78 

Daughter of Heth. A novel. Black, W 929.7 

Davenport, Richard A. Sketch of the life and writings of William Rob- 
ertson. See Robertson, W. Works. 
Davenport, Samuel. Engraving. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufactur- 
ing industries.] v. 8 of 673.5 

David, Jacques Louis, French painter, b. 1748, d. 1825. Hamerton, P. G. 

Contemporary French painters. 1869 617.27 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

David Copperfield. Dickens, C. J. H v. 16-17 of 919.1 

David Copperfield : a drama. Brougham, J v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

David Elginbrod. MacDonald, G 927.20 

David Swan: a fantasy. Hawthorne, N v. 2 of 968.29 

Davidson, Ellis A. The boy joiner and model maker. With illustrations. 

London, [1874.] 8° 13743 

Drawing for bricklayers. Plates. London, [1872.] 16 672.6 

Drawing for cabinet-makers. Plates. London, [1872.] 16 .... 672.9 
Drawing for carpenters and joiners. Illustrations. London, [1870.] 16 672.8 
Drawing for machinists and engineers. Plates. London, N. D. 16 . 672.5 



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Davidson, Ellis A., continued. 

Drawing for metal plate workers. Plates. London, [1872.] 16 . . 672.10 

Drawing for stonemasons. Plates. London, N. D. 16 672.7 

The elements of building construction and architectural drawing. Sixth 

edition, enlarged and revised. Illustrations. London, N. d. i6° . 672.14 

The elements of practical perspective. Plates. London, N. D. 16 . 672.13 

Gothic stonework. With plates by the author. London, N. D. 16 . 626.4 

Linear drawing. Plates. London, N. D. 16 672.12 

Model drawing. Plates. London, [187 1.] 16 672.11 

Orthographic and isometrical projection. Revised and enlarged. Illus- 
trations. London, N. D. 16 672.15 

Our houses, and what they are made of, with an account of the tools 

used. [A book for boys.] [Illustrated.] London, [1869.] '6° . 137.1 

Davidson, J. Morrison. Eminent English liberals. Boston, 1880. 12 . 715.19 

Contents. William Ewart Gladstone; John Bright; Peter Alfred Taylor; 
Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke: Joseph Cowen; Sir Wilfrid Lawson; 
Henry Fawcett; Joseph Chamberlain; Thomas Burt; Henry Richard; 
Leonard Henry Courtney; Anthony John Mundclla; Charles Bradlaugh; 
John Morley; Robert William Dale; Joseph Arch; Edward Spencer 
Beesly; Charles Haddon Spurgeon; tames Beal; Moncure Daniel Con- 
way; James Allanson Picton; Frederick Augustus Maxse; Auberon 
Edward William Molyneux Herbert; Edward Augustus Freeman. 

Davidson, Lucretia Maria, American poetess, b, 1808, d. 1825. Poems. Il- 
lustrations by Darley. [With an essay by Barry Gray, and a biog- 
raphy by Miss Sedgwick.] New York, 187 1. 8° 1839.22 

Poe, E. A. The literati v. 3 of 1 131.24 

Sedgwick, C. M. Memoir of Lucretia M. Davidson v. 7 of 762.5 

Davidson, Margaret Miller, American poetess ■, b. 1823, d. 1838. Irving, W. 

Biographical sketches v. 2 of 972.37 

Poe, E. A. The literati v. 3 of 1131.24 

Davidson, Samuel. Introduction to the New Testament. London, 1848- 

5 1 - 3 v - 8° 1616.33 

Introduction to * the Old Testament, critical, historical, and theological. 

London, 1862. 3 v. 8° 161 5.1 5 

Davie, William R., American lawyer and statesman, b. 1756, d. 1820. Hub- 
bard, F. M. Life of William R.Davie v. 15 of 763.5 

Da vies, Charles Maurice. Orthodox London. Second edition, revised. 

London, 1876. 12 1637.12 

Unorthodox London. Second edition, revised. London, 1S76. 12 . 1637.13 
Da vies, G. Christopher. Rambles and adventures of our school field-club. 

With illustrations. London, 1875. I2 ° 138.20 

The Swan and her crew. Second edition. With illustrations. London, 

[1879.] 12° 138.32 

Davies, James. Catullus, Ti bull us, and Propertius. Philadelphia, 1877. 

16 . [Collins, W. L., ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.17 

Hesiod and Theognis. Philadelphia, 1880. 16 [Collins, W. L., ed. 

Ancient classics.] 1855.26 

Davies, Thomas. The preparation and mounting of microscopic objects. 

Edited by J. Matthews. London, 1880. 16 443-3 

Da VI la, Enrico Caterino, Italian historian, d. 1631. See Adams, J. Dis- 

courses on Davila. v. 6 of 1 135.4 

Da Vinci, Leonardo. See Vinci, Leonardo da. 



236 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Davis, Jefferson, president of the Confederate States, b. 1808. Rise and fall 
of the confederate government. [With portraits.] New York, 188 1. 

2v. 8° 867.15 

Pollard, E. A. Life of Jefferson Davis. 1869. 774-^ 

Davis, Matthew L. Memoirs of Aaron Burr. With selections from his 

correspondence. [Portraits ] New York, 1869. 2 v. 8° 767.22 

Davis, Nathan. Carthage and her remains. With illustrations. New York, 

1861. 8° 3 l6 -" 

Davis, Rebecca Harding. The captain's story. [Johnson, E. R^ ed. Little 

classics.] ▼. 1 of 968.29 

A faded leaf of history. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . v. 5 of 968.29 
Margret Howth. Boston, 1862. 12 962.9 

Davis, Mrs. S. M. Life and times' of Sir Philip Sidney. New edition. 

[Portrait.] New York, n.d. 12 7* 6 - 1 * 

Davis, Thomas E. Fitz James O'Brien in his last days. See O'Brien, F. J. 

Poems and stories. • "3i»'9 

Davis, Thomas O., Irish poet and political writer \ b. 18 14, d. 1845. Fontenoy : 

a poem. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 7 of 968.29 

Murray, J. O'K., ed. The prose and poetry of Ireland. 1878. . . . 1819-9 

Davison, John, English divine, b. 1777, d. 1834. See Newman, J. H., car- 
dinal. Essays, critical and historical v. 2 of 1918^7 

Davy, Sir Humphry, English physicist and author, b. 1778, d. 1829. Sal- 

monia ; or days of fly fishing. With illustrations. Bost, 1870. 16 636.3 

Bright well, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory and workshop M7-S 

Brougham, H., lord. Philosophers of the time of George in. . v. 1 of 11 27.5 

De Quincey, T. Literary reminiscences. 18S0. v. 3 of 1 125.13 

Edgar, J. G- The boyhood of great men 1477 

Mayhew, H. Wonders of science ; or young Humphry Davy. . . . 146.3 
Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 7*9- ! 7 

Dawk ins, William Boyd. Cave hunting. Coloured plate and woodcuts. 

London, 1874. 8° 434*3 

Dawson, George. Dictionary of photography. See Sutton, Thomas. 

Manual of photography, founded on Hardwich's Photographic chemistry. 

Eighth edition. [Illustrated.] London, 1873. I2 ° 675-4 

Dawson, Henry B. Battles of the United States: including those of the 
revolutionary and Indian wars, the war of 1812, and the Mexican war. 
Illustrated. New York, [1858.] 2 v. 4 866.50 

Dawson, John W. Nature and the Bible. [Illustrated.] N.Y., 1875. I2 ° l6x ^ 
The story of the earth and man. [Illustrated.] New York, [1873.] l *° && 

Day, Henry N. The science of aesthetics. Second edition. N. Y., n. d. 12 6u«» 
The science of ethics. New York, 1879. I2 ° £716.21 

Day, Thomas. Sandford and Merton. Revised by C. Hartley. Boston, 

1879. "6° II2J 

Day after the wedding : a farce. Kemble, M. T ▼. 5 of &S7-3 

Day by the fire, and other papers. Hunt, J. H. L. r 9U* 11 

Day of fate. [A novel.] Roe, E. P 97**3 

Days near Rome. Hare, A. J. C 235-7 

Days of Bruce. Aguilar, Grace *93*.i2 

Days of my life. Oliphant, Margaret O. W #&& 

Dead alive, The. [A story.] Collins, W. W $*4-'9 



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Dead cities of the Zuyder Zee. Havard, H 232.32 

Dead heart, The : historical drama. Webster, B v. 42-43 of 1857.3 

Dead sea. Lynch, W. F. Narrative of the United States' expedition to the 

Jordan and Dead sea. [1847-48.] 239.35 

Saulcy, L. F. J. C. de. Journey round the Dead sea. [1850-51.] . . 238.33 

Thomson, W. M. The land and the book. 1880. 239.19 

Not*. See general travels through the East and P alestin e . 

Dead secret, The, and other tales. Collins, W. W. . . 924.4 

Dean's English, The : a criticism. Moon, G. VV 11 13.9 

Dean, Silas. History of Stoneham, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. History of 

Middlesex county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Deans, Charles. Introduction to Smith's True relation. See Smith, CapU 
John. 
Struggle to maintain the charter of Charles 1, and its final loss in 1684. 

[Winsor, J , ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 1 of 878.20 

Deanf, Margery, pseud. See Pitman, Marie J. 

Db\ne, Milly. Marjory. London, 1872. Sm.8° 934*27 

Death. See Future life. 

Death-bed, The. [A tale.] Opie, Amelia v. 1 of 949.46 

Death of the laird's Jock. Scott, Sir W v. 20 of 914. 1 

Death of Wallenstein. [Historical drama.] Schiller, J. C. F. von. 

v, 2 of 1138.4; v. 2 of 1816.1 ; v. 7 of 1124.17 
Debatable land, The, between this world and the next. Owen, R. D. . . 1719 .15 
Debating. The chairman's guide. With rules of order and a list of ques- 
tions for debate. 1881 . . . , 1767. 11 

McCabe, J. D. Form for conducting the deliberations of a society, and 

questions for discussion. [National encyclopaedia,] R. L. 

Deb en ham's vow. [A navel.] Edwards, Amelia B 949-39 

Debit and credit. [A novel.] Freytag, G 953-27 

De Borges, Grace A. Catalogue of the public library of Haverhill. See 
Haverhill, Mass. 

Decade, A, of Italian women. Trollope, T. A \ . • 757.5 

Decaisne, Joseph. System of botany. See Le Maout, Emmanuel. 
Decamps, Alexandre Gabriel, French fainter, b. 1803. See Hamerton, P. G. 

Contemporary French painters 617.27 

Decatur, Stephen, American commodore, b. 1779, d. 1820. Mackenzie, A. S. 

Life of Stephen Decatur v. 11 of 763.5 

Partem, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] 71 9.17 

Decisive events in history. Archer, T 811.59 

Declaration of American independence. See Lamphere, G. N. The 

United States government R. L. 

Decorative and household art Blanc, A. A. P. C. Art in ornament and 

dress. 1877 628.49 

Chambers's papers for the people. Decorative art v. 5 of 1232.15 

Church, E. R. How to furnish a home. 188 1 628 20 

Cook, C. The house beautiful. 1878 628.53 

Eastlake, C. L. Hints on household taste. 1877 628.41 

Falke, J. von. Art in the house. 1879. '628.56 

Gardner, E. C. Home interiors. 1878 628.5 

Garrett, R. and A. Suggestions for house decoration. [1876.] . . . 628.15 



238 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Decorative and household art, continued. 

Harrison, C. C. Woman's handiwork in modern homes. 1881. . • . 628.37 

Holly, H. H. Modern dwellings in town and country. 1878. . . . 627.15 

Jones, Mrs. C. S., and Williams, H. T. Household elegancies. 1875. 62844 

Ladies' fancy work. 1876. 628.43 

Loftie, W. J. A plea for art in the house. [1876.] 628.17 

Morris, W. Hopes and fears for art 1882. . k 612.11 

Redgrave, R. Manual of design. 1877 625.19 

Ruskin, J. The two paths : art, and its application to decoration. 1875. 611.22 

Ruutz-Rees, J. E. Home decoration. 1881 628.25 

Spofford, H. E. P. Art decoration applied to furniture. 1878. . . . 62541 
Stockton, F. R. and M. The home : where it should be, and what to 

put in it 1873 628.10 

Tuthill, W. B. Interiors and interior details. 1882 629,35 

See also Art, Architecture, Furniture. 

De Costa, Benjamin Franklin. Lake George : with some account of Ticon- 

deroga, Schroon lake, and the Adirondacks. New York, N. D. 16 33212 
The Northmen in Maine. [With] A chapter on the discovery of Massa- 
chusetts bay. Albany, 187a 8° 862.25 

Rambles in Mount Desert. New York, 187 1. 16 332.9 

Decrow, W. E. Yale and " the city of elms." Illustrated with heliotypes. 

Boston, 1882. Sq. 12 1764.14 

Deephaven. Jewett, Sarah 964.7 

Deer, antelopes, etc. [Ruminating animals.] Jardine, Sir W. v. 21-22 of 522.5 

D kerb rook. A novel. Marti neau, Harriet 94 2 -3 

Deerings, The, of Medbury. Townsend, Virginia F. 966.15 

Deerslayer, The. Cooper, J. F c 973-3 

Defence of Guenevere, and other poems. Morris, W 1826.26 

De Foe, or Defoe, Daniel, English author^ b. 1663, d. 1731. Lite and adven- 
tures of Robinson Crusoe. With illustrations. Lond., N. D. 8° U4* l 3 
Same. With a memoir of the author, and illustrations by T. Stoth- 

ard. New York, 1881. 8° 912-33 

Works: carefully selected. With Chalmers* life of the author, anno- 
tated. Edited by J. S. Keltic [Portrait] Edinburgh, 1872. 8° 1122.25 

Contents. Note on the recently discovered facts concerning De Foe; Life of 
De Foe by G. Chalmers; Robinson Crusoe; Life of Colonel Tack; Me- 
moirs of a cavalier; Life and adventures of Duncan Campbell; Journal 
of the plague in London: Everybody's business is nobody's business; 
The apparition of Mrs. Veal; The shortest way with dissenters; Giving 
alms to charity ; The complete English tradesman; The true-born English- 
man ; A hymn to the pillory. 

Ballantyne, J. Memoir of Daniel De Foe v. 4 of n*3-7 

Chambers's papers for the people. Daniel Defoe v. 4 of 1232.15 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 1 of 1926.25 

Minto, W. Daniel Defoe. [A biography.] 1879 7*>7 

Stephen, L. Hours in a library. 1875 1926.1$ 

Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 1939-37 

De Forest, John William. The Lauson tragedy. [Johnson, E. R., ed. 

Little classics.] v. 2 of ptf&# 

Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty. N. Y., 1867. 12 ° 979"$ 

Deformed transformed, The : a drama. Byron, G. G. N., lord. . . v. 4 of 1815-° 



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De Haas, Moritz F. H., marine painter, b. 1832. See Sheldon, G. W. Ameri- 
can painters 617.22 

De H ass, Frank S., D.D. Recent travels and explorations in Bible lands. 

Maps and engravings. Pittsburgh, 1880. 8° 2 39* I 3 

Deirdre. [A poem.] Joyce, R. D 1837.15 

Deism. Leslie, C. Short and easy method with deists 1623.3 

Stephen, L. History of English thought v. 1 of 17x2.13 

Note. See references under Natural theology. 

De Kalb. See Kalb, Johann von. 

De Kroyft, Helen Aldrich. Little Jakey. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little 

classics.] v. 5 of 968.29 

Delacroix, Ferdinand V. Eugene, French painter, b. 1799, d. 1863. See 

Hamerton, P. G. Contemporary French painters. 1869 617.27 

Delamotte, Philip H. Handbooks of practical art. See Wheatley, H. W. 

Delany, Mary Granville, English scholar and artist, b. 1700, d. 1788. Auto- 
biography and correspondence. Revised and edited by S. C. Woolsey. 
[Portraits.] Boston, 1879. 2 v * I2 ° 731.7 

Dela ROCHE, Paul, French painter, b. 1797, d. 1856. Hamerton, P. G. Con- 
temporary French painters. 1869. 617.27 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Ruutz-Rees, J. E. Paul Delaroche. [With a list of his works.] 1880.. 712.17 

Delaulne, Etienne, French designer and engraver, b. 1520, d. 1576.^ See 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France v. 2 of 614.14 

Delaware. See Lodge, H. C. Short history of the English colonies in 

America 862.20 

Delbruck, Martin Friedrich Rudolf, German statesman, b. 1817. See 

Tuttle, H. German political leaders 756.6 

Delicia. [A novel.] Butt, Beatrice M 969-3 

De Liefde, Jacob. The great Dutch admirals. London, N. D. 12 . . 147.17 

Contents. Jacob van Heemskerk; Piet Hein; Marten Harperts Tromp; 
Witte Cornells de With; Michiel Adrianszoon de Ruyter; Johan Evert- 
scn; Cornells Tromp. 

DELLI, Dello di Niccolo, Florentine painter and sculptor, d. 1466? See 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 1 of 714.18 

Delorme, Philibert, French architect, b. 1 518, d. 1577. See Pattison, E. F. 

The renaissance of art in France. v. 1 of 614.14 

Delusions. Chambers's papers. Wonders of human folly. . . . v. 4 of 1232.15 

Mackay, C. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions I 7 I 9-7 

See also Apparitions, Magic, Superstitions, Witchcraft. 

Demagogue, The. [A poem.] Falconer, W I 8i57 

Demetrius i, Poliorcetes, king of Afacedon, b. 338 B.C., d. 283? See Plu- 

tarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 74328 

Demetrius : a tragedy. Schiller, J. C. F. von v. 4 of 1 138.4 

De Mille, James. The B. O. W. C. series. The B. O. W. C. A book 

for boys. Illustrated. Boston, 1S70. 16 122.20 

The boys of Grand Pre school. Illustrated. Boston, 1871. 16 . 122.21 

Lost in the fog. Illustrated. Boston, 1875. *6° 122.22 

Fire in the woods. Illustrated. Boston, 1875. 16 122.23 

Picked up adrift. Illustrated. Boston, 1872. 16 122.24 

The treasure of the seas. Illustrated. Boston, 1873. 16 . . . 122.25 



24O CATALOGUE OF THE 

De Mille, James, continued. 

Cord and creese. With illustrations. New York, N. D. 8° . 

The cryptogram. With illustrations. New York, 1878. 8° . 

The Dodge club. With illustrations. New York, n.d. 8° . 

The lady of the ice. With illustrations. New York, 1876. 8° 

The living link. Illustrated. New York, 1874. 8° . . . . 
Deming, P. Adirondack stories. Boston, 1880. 18 



97948 
97949 
979-50 
979-54 
979-55 
977* 



Contents. Lost; Lida Ann; John's trial; Joe Baldwin; Willie; Benjamin 
Jacques; Ike's wife; An Adirondack neighborhood. 



Demmin, Auguste. Illustrated history of arms and armour. Translated 

by C. C. Black. London, 1877. 12 621.19 

Democracy. Adams, C. K. Democracy and monarchy in France. [1789- 

1870.] I747-25 

Arnold, M. Democracy. [An essay.] 1915.20 

May, Sir T. E. Democracy in Europe : a history. 1878. 1747*33 

Mill, J. S. M. de Tocqueville on democracy. [A review.] . v. 2 of 1916.25 
Tocqueville, A. C. H. C. de. Democracy in America* 1864. • . . 1747*18 
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Democracy. An American novel. New York, 1880. 16 [Leisure hour 

series.] 9^9- n 

Democritus, Greek philosopher, b. B. c. 460? d. 357. Fe'nelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743*3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 1712.19 

Demon, The, of Cawnpore. [A novel.] Verne, J v. 1 of 959.6 

Demo no logy. Conway, M. D. Demonology and devil-lore. 1879. • * I 7 I 9-35 

Hunt, J. H. L. The wishing-cap papers. 1873 I 9 I 4* I 3 

Scheie de Vere, M. Modern magic. 1873 1719.13 

See also Superstitions. Witchcraft. 

Demosthenes, Athenian orator and statesman, b. B.C. 385, d. 322. Olyn- 
thiac and other public orations. Translated, with notes, by C. R. 
Kennedy. London, 1876. 12 1848.11 

Contents. First, second and third Olynthiac; First Philippic; On the peace; 
Second Philippic; On Halonnesus; On the Chersonese; Third and fourth 
Philippic; On the letter: The letter of Philip; On the duties of the state; 
On the navy boards; On the liberty of the Rhodians; For the Megalc- 
politans; On the treaty with Alexander. 

Orations against Leptines, Midias, Androtion, and Aristocrates. Trans- 
lated, with notes, by C. R. Kennedy. London, 1877. 12 . . . 1848.14 

Orations against Macartatus, Leochares, Stephanus I, Stephanus II, 
Euergus and Mnesibulus, Olympiodorus, Timotheus, Polycles, Cal- 
lippus, Nicostratus, Conon, Callicles, Dionysodorus, Eubulides, 
Theocrines, Neasra, and for the naval crown; Funeral oration; 
Erotic oration ; Exordia ; The epistles. Translated by C. R. Ken- 
nedy. London, 1878. 12 1848.10 

Orations against Timocrates, Aristogiton, Aphobus, Onetor, Zenothemis, 
Apaturius, Phormio, Lacritus, Pantaenetus, Nausimachus, Boeotus, 
Spudias, Phaenippus, and for Phormio. Translated, with notes, by 
C. R. Kennedy. London, 1877. 12° 1848.13 

Orations on the crown and on the embassy. Translated, with notes, by 

C. R. Kennedy. London, 1877. I2 ° 1848.12 



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Demosthenes, continued. 

Brodribb, W. J. Demosthenes. 1877 1855.17 

Brougham. H., lord. Dissertations, rhetorical and literary. . . .v. 7 of 11 27.5 

Butcher, S. H. Demosthenes. 1882. ' * 855-7 

Legare', H. S. Demosthenes, the man, statesman, and orator. . .t. 1 of 1136.6 
MahafFy, J. P. History of classical Greek literature. 1880. . v. 2 of 11 16.27 
Plutarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Not*. See Grate's History of Greece, vol. 11-ia, M Oiler's Literature of 
Greece, vol. a, and Jebo'a article in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 7. 

Denbigh, Earl of. See Fielding, William. 

Den HAM, Sir John, Irish poet, b. 161 5, d. 1668. See Johnson, S. Lives of 

the English poets v. 1 of 714.37 ; v. 1 of 11 22.17 

Denis Duval. Thackeray, W. M v. 24 of 91 5.1 

Denison, Charles, M. D. Rocky mountain health resorts. Bost, 1880. 8° 641.51 
Den man, Thomas, lord, English statesman, b. 1779, d. 1854. See Mar- 

tineau, H. Biographical sketches. 7*8. 13 

Denmark. Gallenga, A. The invasion of Denmark in 1864. 851.25 

Howitt, W. and M. Literature and romance of northern Europe. 1852. 11 15.17 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1876. v. 3 of 181 2.7 

Mallet, P. H. Northern antiquities. 1878 851.16 

Narjoux, F. Notes and sketches of an architect. [1875.] 232.41 

Taylor, B. Northern travel. [1856-57.] 231.16 

Vincent, F., jr. Norsk, Lapp, and Finn. 1881 231.20 

Not*. See Longfellow's Poet* and poetry of Europe, and references under 
Baltic, Copenhagen, Europe, ana Scandinavia. 

Deanery, Adolphe P. Don Caesar de Bazan. See Dumanoir, P. 

Dennis, George. The cities and cemeteries of Etruria. Revised edition. 

Map and illustrations. London, 1878. 2 v. 8° * . 316.6 

Dennis, Mass. Freeman, F. Annals of Dennis. [1721-1862.] . . v. 2 of 877.33 

Denny, Sir Anthony, favorite of Henry vm, d. 1550. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. v. 1 of 718.9 

Denominations and sects. Baird, R. Religion in America. [1 620-1 856] 1657.28 
Blunt, J. H. Dictionary of sects, and schools of religious thought. 1874. R. L. 

Davies, CM. Orthodox London. 18761 . 1637.12 

Unorthodox London. 1876 1637.13 

St* alto Baptists, Church history, Congregationalism, Methodism, New 
church, Protestantism, Religions, Roman Catholic church, Unitarianism. 

Dentistry. Harris, C. A. Principles and practice of dentistry. Revised 

by P. H. Austen. 1881 658.4 

Meredith, L. P. The teeth, and how to save them. 1871. 653.4 

Tyson, J. Cell doctrine : for students in medicine and dentistry. 1878. 654.20 

White, J. W. The mouth and the teeth. 1879. 641.19 

Denton, J. Bailey. Sanitary engineering. [With plates.] Lond, 1877. L.8° 642.51 
Denton, William. Our planet ; or, lectures on geology. Boston, n. d. 12 425.25 
De Peystee, John Watts. Personal and military history of Philip Kearny. 

[Portrait.] New York, 1869. 8 ° 775-3 1 

Depping, Guillaume. Wonders of bodily strength and skill. Translated by 

C. Russell. New York, 1873. 12 [Illustrated library of wonders.] . 524-8 
De Puy, Henry W. Ethan Allen and the Green-mountain heroes of '76. 
With the early history of Vermont. [Including a narrative of Allen's 
captivity.] Portrait. Boston, 1853. 12 772.27 



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Dk Quincey, Thomas, English essayist and critic, b. 1785, d. 1859. Flight 
of a Tartar tribe ; Murder, considered as one of the fine arts. [John- 
son, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 1 of 968.29 

The vision of sudden death. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 2 of 968.29 
Works. Riverside edition. [With portrait and notes.] New York, 

1876-80. 12 v. 12 ii*5-13 

Contents, 

VoL I. Confessions of an English opium eater; Suspiria de profundi*, a 
sequel to the Confessions of an opium eater; Additions to the 
Confessions of an opium eater; Coleridge and opium eating; 
The English mail coach: The glory of motion; The vision of 
sudden death; Dream-fugue. 
II. Autobiographic sketches. m 
HI. Literary reminiscences: Literary novitiate; Sir Humphry Davy; 
William Godwin ; M rs. Grant ; Recollections of Charles Lamb ; 
Walladmor; Coleridge, Wordsworth, and Southey; Recollec- 
tions of Grasmere; The Saracen's head; Society of the lakes; 
Charles Lloyd; Walking Stewart; Edward Imng; Talfburd; 
Junius; Clare; Cunningham; Libellous attack by a London 
journal; Duelling. 

IV. Literary criticism: Theory of Greek tragedy; The Antigone of 
- ^Sophocles as represented on the Edinburgh stage; Homer and 

'the Homcridas; Style; Rhetoric: Language; English dictiona- 
ries; Dryden's hexastich; Notes on Landor; Milton versus 
Southey and Landor; Orthographic mutineers; On Words- 
worth's poetry; On the knocking at the gate in Macbeth. 

V. The eighteenth century in scholarship and literature: Richard 

Bentley ; Dr. Parr and his contemporaries; Schlosser's Literary 
history of the eighteenth century; Oliver Goldsmith; Alexan- 
der Pope; Pope's retort upon Addison; Lord Carlisle on Pope. 

VL Biographical and historical essays : Shakspeare ; M il ton ; Charle- 
magne; Joan of Arc; The marquess Wellesley; Lamb; Shel- 
ley; Keats; Godwin; John Foster; William Hazlitt; A 
Ssripatetic philosopher [Walking Stewart]; John Wilson: 
oethe; Schiller; Richter; Analects from Richter; Anecdotagc. 

VII. Essays in ancient history and antiquities: The Caesars; Cicero: 
Philosophy of Roman history; Greece under the Romans; 
Philosophy of Herodotus; Plato's Republic; Dinner, real and 
reputed; Toilette of the Hebrew lady; The Sphinx's riddle; 
Aelius Lamia. 
VIII. Essays on Christianity, paganism, and superstition: On Chris- 
tianity as an organ of political movement; The Essencs; Secret 
societies; Note on the Essenes; Judas Iscariot; The true rela- 
tions of the Bible to merely human science; On the supposed 
scriptural expression for eternity ; On Hume's argument against 
miracles; Protestantism; Secession from the church of Scot- 
land; The pagan oracle: Modern superstition; Sortilege on 
behalf of the Glasgow Athenaeum. 

IX. Essays in philosophy: Letters to a young man whose education 
has been neglected; Memorial chronology; Casuistry; On 
suicide; System of the heavens as revealed by lord Rosse's tele- 
scopes; Sir William Hamilton; Sir lames Mackintosh; Her* 
der; Leasing ; Kant; Last days of Kant. 
X. Politics and political economy: The logic of political ec on omy; 
Dialogues of three templars on political economy; Malthus; 
Measure of value: California; On war; National temperance 
movements; Falsification of English history; Ceylon; A tory's 
account of torvism, whiggism, and radicalism; On the political 
parties of modern England. 

XL Romances and extravaganzas: Klosterheim; The household 
wreck; The avenger; The fatal marksman; The incognito; 
The dice; The king of Hayti; On murder, considered as one 
of the fine arts; Three memorable murders. 
XII. Narrative and miscellaneous papers : General introduction ; Flight 
of a Tartar tribe; The Spanish nun; China: The revolution 
of Greece; The Sulfates; Modem Greece; Conversation; 
French and English manners; Superficial knowledge; Pres- 
ence of mind ; Sketch of professor Wilson; Notes and index. 

Bayne, P. Thomas De Quincey and his works. [An essay.] . v. I ot i9 l °**J 
Japp, A. H. Thomas De Quincey: his life and writings. 1877. . . , 7*^ 

Martineau, H. Biographical sketches. 1877 7 l °* * 

Masson, D. De Quincey. [A biography.] 1882. . 7 l 3 <24 

Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, and other essays. 1874. '^S* ' 



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De Quincey, Thomas, continued. 

Mathews, W. Hours with men and books. 1877 x 937 -3 5 

Stephen, L. Hours in a library. 1875 1926.15 

Derby, Countess of. See Stanley, Charlotte La Tremouille. 

Derby, Earls of. See Stanley, Edward H. S., James, and Thomas. 

Derwentwater, Earl of. See Radcliffe, James. 

Des Cars, Am&4e J., comte. Treatise on pruning forest and ornamental 
trees. From the French, with an introduction by C. S. Sargent [Illus- 
trated.] Boston, 188 1. 12 667.20 

Descartes, Rene\ French philosopher and mathematician, b. 1596, d. 165a 
Method ; Meditations ; Selections from the Principles. Translated, 
with a new essay, by J. Veitch. Seventh edition. Edinb., 1880. 12 171 5.3 
Bowen, F. Modern philosophy from Descartes to Hartmann. 1877. • 1713.23 
Huxley, T. H. On Descartes' method of using one's reason rightly. . 1916.23 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 1712.19 

liahaffy, J. P. Descartes. [A biography.] 1881 741.2 

Stephen, L. History of English thought v. 1 of 17 12.13 

Afrlk_ See Caird's Cartestanism in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 5, and 
i's Descartes in vol. 7. See also Philosophy. 



Descent of man. Darwin, C. R 43* -M 

Deschamps, Eustache, French poet, d. 1409? Besant, W. The French 

humorists. 1877% 1926.10 

Studies in early French poetry. 1877 1925.18 

Deschanel, Augustin Privat Natural philosophy. Translated, with ad- 
ditions, by J. D. Everett Illustrated New York, 1878. 8° . . . . 423.49 

Deseret deserted. [French's Standard drama.} v. 26-27 of 1857.3 

Desert home, The. Reid, M 126.23 

Desert, The, of ice : adventures of Captain Hatteras, Verne, J 959*" 

Desert, The, of the exodus. Palmer, E. H * 239.5 

Desert sands. [A story.] Spofford, Harriet E. P. 96912 

Desert world, The. Mangin, A «... 428.17 

Deserted village, The. Goldsmith, O. . . 18 16.5; v. 7 of 968.29; ▼. 1 of 1122.22 
Desiderio da Settignano, Italian sculptor, b. 1428, d. 1463. Perkins, C. C. 

Tuscan sculptors v. 1 of +619.40 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . . v. 2 of 7 14- 18 
Design. See Decorative art. 

Desmond hundred, The. [A novel.] Austin, Jane G 97847 

Desmoulins, Camille, French revolutionist, b. 1762, d. 1794. Brougham, H., 

lord. Statesmen of the time of George ill and iv v. 5 of it 27.5 

Chambers, W. Stories of remarkable persons. 1878 711. 16 

Destiny ; or, the chiefs daughter. [A novel.] Ferrier, Susan E. ... 931*6 
Dbstouches, Philippe NeVicault, French dramatist, b. 1680, d. 1754. See 

Vinet, A. R. French literature in the eighteenth century 11 1542 

Destroyer, The, of the second republic. Hugo, V. M 837.10 

Destruction and reconstruction. Taylor, R 868.38 

Dethb of Blaunche the duchesse. Chaucer, G. . . . . . . . . v. 2 of 18 15.9 

Deuce, The, is in him : a farce. Colman, G., the elder. v. 5 of 1859.9 

Deuteronomy. See Bible. 

Deutsch, Emanuel Oscar M., Jewish scholar and author, b. 1829, d. 1873. 

Islam. [A critical essay.] See Smith, R. B. Mohammed 1668.12 



244 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Deutsch, Emanuel Oscar M., continued,, 

Literary remains. With a memoir. London, 1874. 8° 1138.25 

Conttnts. The Talmud; Islam; Notes of a lecture on the Talmud; Lecture 
at the Midland institute; Notes of lectures on Semitic paleography and 
culture; Egypt, ancient and modern; Hermes Trismegistus; Judaeo* 
Arabic metaphysics; Les apdtres; Five letters on the (Ecumenical coun- 
cil; Apostofica; sedts; Roman passion drama; On Semitic languages; 
On the targums; On the Samaritan pentateuch; The book of Jasher; 
Early Arabic poetry; Arabic poetry in Spain and Sicily. 

Development. See Evolution and development 

Ds Verb, Aubrey Thomas, Irish poet, b. 1814. See Williams, A. M. Poets 

and poetry of Ireland 1819.5 

DEVEREUX, Robert, 2d earl of Essex, English admiral, b. 1567, d. 1601. 

Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals 71&8 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 2 of 718.9 

Devereux, Robert, jd earl of Essex, b. 1592, d. 1646. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illlustrious personages of Great Britain. v. 4 of 718.9 

Devereux, Walter, 1st earl of Essex, d. 1576. See Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 2 of 718.9 

Devereux, W. Cope. A cruise in the " Gorgon ; " engaged in the suppres- 
sion of the slave trade on the east coast ot Africa. London, 1869. 8° . 324.22 

Devereux. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton 910.14 

Devereux hall. [A tale.] Southey, Caroline A v. 1-2 of 911.1 

Devil, The, is an ass : a comedy. Jonson, B. . 1868.17 

Devil, The, to pay: a comic opera. Coffey, C ▼. 5 of 1859.9 

Devil, The, upon two sticks : a farce. Foote, S v. 5 of 1859.9 

Devil's frills, The. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 8 of 911.* 

Devils. See Demonology. 

Devonshire, Countess of See Cavendish, Elizabeth. 

Devonshire, Duchess of See Cavendish, Georgiana. 

Devonshire, Duke of See Cavendish, William. 

Devonshire, Earls of See Blount, Charles, and Courtenay, Edward. 

Dewdrops and diamonds. [A story for the young.] Marshall, Emma. . 935*25 

Dewey, Mary E., editor. Life and letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick. [With 

portraits.] New York, 1871. 12 " 773-5 

Dewey, Melvil, and others. Catalogues and cataloguing. [Warren, S. R., 

and Clark, S. N., eds. Public libraries in the United States.] .... R. L 

Dewey, Orville, Unitarian divine, b. 1794, d. 1882. Selfhood and sacrifice. 

[American Unitarian association. Christianity and modern thought.] . 1648*26 

Dewhurst, William W. History of Saint Augustine, Florida. New York, 

1881. 12 873-7 

Dewing, Maria R., formerly Miss Oakey. Beauty in dress. N. Y., 188 1. 16 669.7 

De With, Witte Cornelis, Dutch admiral, d. 1658. See De Liefde, J. The 

great Dutch admirals I47- I 7 

De Witt, Jan, Dutch statesman, b. 1625, d. 1672. Geddes, J. History of 
the administration of John De Witt, grand pensionary of Holland. 
Vol. I. 1880 832.16 

Dexter, Arthur. The fine arts in Boston. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial 

history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

Dexter, George. Early European voyagers in Massachusetts bay. [Win- 
sor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] . v. 1 of 878.20 

Dexter, Henry Martyn, D.D. As to Roger Williams, and his "banish- 
ment " from the Massachusetts plantation. Boston, [18761] 8° . . . 87613 



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Dexter, Henry Martyn, continued. 

The Congregationalism of the last three hundred years, as seen in its 

literature. New York, 1880. L. 8° 1637.33 

The Mather family and its influence. [Winsor, J. f ed. Memorial his- 
tory of Boston.] v. 2 of 878.20 

Dexter, Samuel, Boston lawyer, b. 1761, d. 1816. See Story, J. Miscella- 
neous writings 1136.17 

Dhammapada. See Buddhism. 

Dialogues. Fette, W. E., camp. Dialogues from Dickens. 1875. . . . 1233.5 
Monroe, L.B. Public and parlor readings. Dialogues and dramas. 1875. I2 33- 2 3 
See also Dramas, Readings and recitations. 

Diamond cut diamond: a story of Tuscan life. Trollope, T. A. .... 926.29 

Diamond lens, The [and other stories]. O'Brien, F. J 1 131. 19 

Diamond necklace. Carlyle, T. Essays. • • . v. 10 of 11 26.1 j v. 4 of 191 5.17 

Vizetelly, H. Story of the diamond necklace. 1881 738.19 

Diamonds. Burton, R. F. Brazil ; with a full account of the diamond mines. 337.35 

Dieulafait, L. Diamonds and precious stones. 1876. 5 2 5-8 

Fields, J. T. Diamonds and pearls. [An essay.] 1946.14 

Hartwig, G. The subterranean world. 187 1 428-7 

Jones, W. Treasures of the earth 675.20 

See also Genu and precious stones, Mines and mining. 

Diary, A. [A tale.] Bremer, Fredrika. 95 * -5 

Diary, The, of an ennuy^e. Jameson, Anna M 1927. 11 

Diary of C. Jeames de la Pluche, esq. Thackeray, W. M vi. 5 of 91 5.1 

Diary of Kitty Trevylyan. Charles, Elizabeth R 937-*5 

Diary of a late physician. Warren, S 918.8 

DlAS, or Diaz, Bartolomeu, Portuguese navigator, d. 1500. See Parton, J. 

People's book of biography 7i<M7 

Diaz, Abby Morton. William Henry and his friends. With illustrations. 

Boston, 1878. 12° 131*27 

The William Henry letters. With illustrations. Boston, 1880. 12 . 131.26 
Diaz de Bivar, Rodrigo, called the Cid, Castilian warrior, 6. 1040? d. 1099. 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860. 147.10 

Lockhart, J. G. Ancient Spanish ballads 1813.15; 1813.24 

Southey, R. Chronicle of the Cid 1813.24 

Note. See Coppee's Conquest of Spain, vol. a, Ticknor's Spanish literature, 
vol. 1, and Simonde de bismondTs Literature of the south of Europe, vol. s. 

Dibdin, Thomas, English dramatist, b. 177 1, d. 1841. The heart of Mid- 
Lothian. [French's Standard drama.] v. 22-23 °* I ^S7-3 

Ivanboe. [French's Standard drama.] v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

The lady of the lake. [French's Standard drama.] ... v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Dice, The. [From the German.] De Quincey, T v. 11 of 11 25. 13 

Dicey, Edward. The future of Egypt. [Burlingame, E. L., ed. Current 

discussion.] v. 1 of 1918.33 

The morning land. London, 1870. 2 v. 12 238.12 

Victor Emmanuel. [With portrait.] New York, 1882. 12 . [Besant, 

W., ed. The new Plutarch.] 741*23 

Dick, Robert, Scotch geologist and botanist, b.i&n,d. 1866. Smiles, S. Rob- 
ert Dick [with selections from his letters]. 1879 735-12 

Dick, W. B. (" Trumps?) The American Hoyle. Illustrated. New York, 

1879. l2 ° 633.15 



246 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Dick Netherby. [A novel.] Walford, Lucy B 969-45 

Dick Rodney ; or, the adventures of an Eton boy. Grant, J 921-1° 

Dick Sand ; or, a captain at fifteen. Verne, J 959-8 

Dick's wanderings. [A novel.] Sturgis, J 97 5 J " 

Dickens, Charles, editor. Dictionary of London, 1879. London, 1879. 16 R-*** 
Dictionary of the Thames, from Oxford to the Nore. London, 1880. 16 R* *~ 
Life of Charles J. Mathews, chiefly autobiographical. With selections 
from his correspondence and speeches. Portraits. London, 1879. 

2 v. 8° 7^ 

DICKENS, Charles John Huffam, English novelist, b. 1812, d. 187a A child's 

dream of a star. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . v. 5 of 96S.29 
A child's history of England. With illustrations. N. Y., 1879. I2 ° • I2 7*** 
Chops the dwarf. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 1 of 968J9 
A Christmas carol. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 3 of 968.29 
Letters. [1833-1870.] Edited by his sister-in-law, and his eldest daugh- 
ter. New York, 1879-81. 3 V. 12 729.20 

The signal-man. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] • . . . v. 4 of 9D&29 
Works. With an introduction [to each work] by E. P. Whipple. New 

library edition. Illustrated. Boston, 1879. 29 v. 12 . . . • 9 1 ^ 1 

Contents. Vol. I— II. Posthumous papers of the Pickwick club. III-IV. 
Nicholas Nicklebv. V. Oliver Twist. VI-VII. The old curiosity shop. 
VIII-1X. Barnaoy Rudge; Hard times. X-XI. Martin Chuukwit 
XII. Christmas books: A Christmas carol; The chimes; The cricket on 
the hearth; The battle of life; The haunted man. XI1I-X1V. Dombey 
and son. XV. Pictures from Italy; American notes for general circula- 
tion. XVI-XV1I. David Copperfield. XVIII-XIX. Bleak house. 
XX-XXI. Little Dorrit. XXll. A tale of two cities. XX11I. Great 
expectations. XX1V-V. Our mutual friend. XXVI. The uncom- 



mercial traveller; Additional Christmas stories: Somebody's luggage; 
Mrs. Lumper's lodgings ; Mrs. Limpet's legacy; Doctor Mangold; 
Two ghost stories; The boy at Mugby; The seven poor travellers; The 



Holly-tree. XXVII. A child's history of England ; A holiday romance; 



George Silverman's explanation; Sketches of young couples. XXVIII. 

Full report of the first and second meeting 01 tne 
Mudfog association for the advancement of every thing. XXIX. Sketches 



The mystery of Edwin Drood; Master Humphrey's clock; Hunted down; 
; from the sea; Full report of the nn 



A message from the sea; Full report of the first and second meeting ot the 

Mudfog 

by Bos. 



Andersen, H. C. Pictures of travel, with a visit at Charles Dickens's ~%\-& 

house. [1857.] ,g.«4 

Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism ▼. 1 of * .3 33- 5 

Fette, W. £., comp. Dialogues from Dickens. 1875. 19$$ 

Fields, J. T. Yesterdays with authors i937-4<>; ^ «o- f 9 

Forster, J. Life of Dickens. 1874 %y^ 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 187a " 1&** 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 ^La^* 

Hassard, J. R. G. A Pickwickian pilgrimage. 1881 ^ ^w>*£ 

Hotten, J. C. Charles Dickens : the story of his life * ^fr**^ 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 2 of ^ ^^<tz* ^ 

Pierce, G. A., and Wheeler, W. A. The Dickens dictionary. 1879. • *f7'* 

Shepard, W., ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 ^ jS-5 

Stoddard, R. H., ed. Anecdote biographies of Thackeray and Dickens. ^ ^^ 

Ward, A. W. Dickens. [A biography.] 1882 *7 S- X ° 

Whipple, E. P. Charles Dickens. [An essay.] 1 ^? 6*** 

The genius of Dickens. [An essay.] r 

Note. Sec a critical estimate of Dickens and his writings in Taine's English 
literature, vol. a. See also Allibone and Thomas, and Minto's article in 
the Encyclopaedia Britannica, vol. 7. 



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Dickinson, Anna E. What answer? Boston, 1868. 12 962.6 

Dictionary. Abbott, B. V. Dictionary of terms and phrases used in 

American or English jurisprudence. 1879 R. L. 

Adams, W. D. Dictionary of English literature. [1880.] R.L. 

Adler, G. J. Dictionary of the German and English languages. 1879. R. L. 
Allibone, S. A. Critical dictionary of English literature and British 

and American authors. 1878 R. L. 

Bartlett, J. R. Dictionary of Americanisms. 1877. ...«••• R. L. 

Blunt, J. H. Dictionary of sects. 1874. •• R.L. 

Bouvier, J. Law dictionary. 1880. R. L. 

Brachet, A. Etymological dictionary of the French language. 1878. • R. L. 
Brande, W. T., and Cox, Sir G. W. Dictionary of science, literature, 

and art. 1875. R.L. 

Brewer, E. C. Dictionary of phrase and fable R. L. 

The reader's handbook of allusions, etc 1880. . .' R. L. 

Cassell's dictionary of cookery. R. L. 

Cooke, M. C. Manual of botanic terms. [1873.] R.L. 

Cooper, S. Dictionary of practical surgery. 1861-72 R. L. 

Cooper, T., ed. Men of the time. 1879. R. I* 

Dickens, C, ed. Dictionary of London. 1879. R. L. 

Dictionary of the Thames, from Oxford to the Nore. 1880. ... R. L. 

Drake, F. S. Dictionary of American biography. 1879 R. L. 

Dunglison, R. Dictionary of medical science. 1874. R. L. 

Fairholt, F. W. Dictionary of terms in art R. L. 

Grove, G. Dictionary of music and musicians. Vol. 1-2. 1880. . • R. L. 
Halkett, S., and Laing, J. Dictionary of the anonymous and pseu- 
donymous literature of Great Britain. Vol. 1. 1882 R. L. 

Haydn, J. Dictionary of dates. [Enlarged] by B. Vincent. 1878. . . R. L. 

Hole, C, and Wheeler, W. A. A brief biographical dictionary. 1866. R. L. 

Knight, E. H. American mechanical dictionary. 1877-80. .... R. L. 

Lanman, C. Dictionary of the United States congress. 1776-1868. • R. L. 

Lewis, C. T., and Short, C. Harpers' Latin dictionary. 1879. • • • R« L. 

Liddell, H. G., and Scott, R. A Greek-English lexicon. 1878. ... R. L. 

Lippincott's gazetteer of the world. A geographical dictionary. 1880. R. L. 

M'Culloch, J. R. Dictionary of commerce. 187 1 R. L. 

Martin, F. Handbook of contemporary biography. 1870. R. L. 

Millhousc, J. New English and Italian dictionary. 1877 R. L. 

Munson, J. E. Dictionary of practical phonography. 188 1 R. L 

Parker, J. H. Concise glossary of terms used in architecture. 1875. * R* I~ 

Percy, T. Appletons' dictionary of New York. 1880. ...... R. L. 

Pierce, G. A., and Wheeler, W. A. The Dickens dictionary. 1879. • R. L. 

Putnam, G. P. The world's progress : a dictionary of dates. 1878. • R. L» 

Richardson, C. New dictionary of the English language. 1839. ... R. L. 

Rodwell, G. F. Dictionary of science. [187 1.] R.L. 

Roget, P. M. Thesaurus of English words and phrases. 1881. ... R. L. 
Savage, J. Genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England* 

1860-62 R.L. 

Skeat, W. W. Etymological dictionary of the English language. 1882. R. L. 

Smith, W. Classical dictionary. 1877 R.L. 

Dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities. 1878. R. L. 



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Dictionary, continued. 

Smith, W. Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mytholo- 
gy. 1876. R.L. 

Dictionary of Greek and Roman geography. 1873. ILh, 

Dictionary of the Bible. 1877 R. L. 

Smith, W., and Cheetham, S. Dictionary of Christian antiquities. 

1875-80. R.L. 

Soule, R. Dictionary of English synonymes. 1879. R. L. 

Spiers, A., and Surenne, G. French and English pronouncing dictionary. 

1877 R.L. 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865. R. L. 

Sutton, T., and Dawson, G. Dictionary of photography. 1867. ... R. L. 

Thomas, J. Comprehensive medical dictionary. 1880. R. L 

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology. 1878. R. L. 

Vapereau, L. G. Dictionnaire universel des contemporains. 1870. • R. L- 

Same. Cinquieme Edition refondue et augmented. 1880. . R.L. 

Velasquez de la Cadena, M. Pronouncing dictionary of the Spanish 

and English languages. 1878 R. L 

Vincent, B. Dictionary of biography. 1877 ****- 

Watts, H. Dictionary of chemistry. 1875-79. R.L. 

First, second, and third supplement. 1875-81 R.L. 

Webster, N. American dictionary of the English language. With a 

supplement. 1880. R.L. 

Wedgwood, H. Dictionary of English etymology. 1878 R. L. 

Wheeler, W. A. Dictionary of the noted names of fiction. 1879. . . R. L. 

Wheeler, W. A. and C. G. Familiar allusions. 1882 R.L. 

Whitney, W. D. f and Edgren, A. H. Compendious German and Eng- 
lish dictionary. [1877.] R-I~ 

Wilhelm, T. A military dictionary and gazetteer. 1881 R.L. 

Worcester, J. E. Dictionary of the English language. 1879. • • • • R- 1* 

Same. New edition, with supplement. 1881 R.L. 

See also Concordance, Encyclopedia, Gazetteer, Index. 

Diderot, Denis, French philosopher and scholar, b. 17 13, d. 1784. Carlyle, 

T. Critical and miscellaneous essays. . . v. 9 of 1126.1 ; v. 3 of 1915.17 

Gautier, T., and others. Famous French authors. 1879. 737-3 1 

Vinet, A. R. French literature in the eighteenth century. 1854. . . 11 1542 

Didier, Eugene L. Life and letters of madame Bonaparte. With por- 
trait New York, 1879. 12 773.6 

Diet. See Food and dietetics. 

Dieulafait, Louis. Diamonds and precious stones. From the French by 

F. Sanford. New York, 1876. 12 . [Illustrated library of wonders.] 525J& 

DlGBY, George, 2d earl of Bristol, b. 161 2, d. 1676. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. v. 6 of 718.9 

DlGBY, Sir Kenelm, English author and physician, b. 1603, d. 1665. Jeaffre- 

son, J. C. A book about doctors. 1861 1919.28 

Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 2 of 826.9 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 5 of 718.9 
Tuckerman, H. T. Essays, biographical and critical. 1857 x 939-37 

Digestion and indigestion. Chambers, T. K. The indigestions. 1867. • 653.23 
Flint, A„/r. The physiology of man. v. 2 of 655.9 



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Digestion and indigestion, continued. 

Lewis, D. Our digestion. 1872 641.47 

Pavy, F. W. Treatise on digestion : its disorders and their treatment. 1869. 641 .53 
See also Food and dietetics, Health, Physiology. 

Digging for gold. [A book for children.] Ballantyne, R. M. . . . v. uof iii.i 
Dike, Rev. Samuel W. Facts as to divorce in New England. [Boston 

Monday lectures.] 1647.2 

Dilemma, The. A novel. Chesney, G 929.65 

Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth. Greater Britain : a record of travel in 

English-speaking countries, 1866-67. Illustrations. N. Y., 1869. I2 ° 2I 3- I 5 

Davidson, J. M. Eminent English liberals. 1880 7 I 5 I 9 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 - 715.5 

Dillaway, Charles K. Education, past and present, in Boston. [Winsor, 

J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 4 of 878.20 

Dillon, Wentworth, earl of Roscommon, Irish poet, b. 1633, d. 1684. See 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . . v. 1 of 714.37 ; v. 1 of 1 122.17 
Diman, Jeremiah Lewis, American divine and scholar, b. 1831, d. 188 1. 
Orations and essays : with selected parish sermons. A memorial 
volume. [With portrait.] Boston, 1882. 12 1939.28 

The theistic argument as affected by recent theories. Boston, 1881. 12 161 2. 12 
Dimock, Susan, American physician, b. 1847, d. 1875. Cheney, E. D. 

Memoir of Susan Dimock. 1875. 773-27 

Clarke, J. F. Memorial and biographical sketches. 1878 718.23 

Dimond, William. The jEthiop. [French's Standard drama.] v. 18-19 °* l8 57-3 

The .broken sword. [French's Standard drama.] .... v. 22-23 °* '857-3 

The lady and the devil. [French's Standard drama.] . . v. 30-31 of 1857.3 
Dingelstedt, Franz. The Amazon. Translated from the German by J. M. 

Hart. New York, 1880. Sq. 16 953-*6 

Dinks, pseud. The sportsman's vade mecum. See Herbert, H. W., ed. 

The dog. 668.30 

Dinsmore, Robert, American poet, b. 1759, d. 1836. See Whittier, J. G. 

Old portraits and modern sketches v. 1 of 1 131. 11 

Diogenes, Greek cynic philospher, b. b. c. 412, d. 323. Fe'nelon, F. de S. de 

La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743-3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 17 12.19 

Diogenes, of Appollonia, Greek philosopher, flourished B. c. 46a See Lewes, 

G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 17 12.19 

Diogenes Laertius. Life of Plato. See Plato. Works v. 6 of 1848.3 

Dion, of Syracuse, statesman and patriot, flourished B. c. 408-353. See Plu- 

tarchus. Lives [of ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 5 of 743.28 

Dippold, George Theodore. The great epics of mediaeval Germany. 

Boston, 1882. 12 1115.2 

Disappointing boy, The. [A tale.] Sturgis, J v. 11 of 91 1.2 

Discourses. Sec Sermons and discourses. 

Discovery. Hartwig, G. The sea, and progress of maritime discovery. 1873. 428.5 

Mossman, S. Heroes of discovery. 1877 7 ".39 

Verne, J. Famous travels and travellers, [b. c. 500-A. D. 1600.] 1879. 2I 5 I0 

Great explorers of the nineteenth century. 1881 215.12 

Great navigators of the eighteenth century. 1880 21 5.1 1 

See also Africa, Arctic regions, Voyages and travels. For discoveries in 
science and art see Inventions. 



250 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Disease and diseases. See Pathology. 

Disosway, Gabriel P. The Huguenots in America. See Smiles, S. The 

Huguenots in England. . . 1658.12 

Disowned, The. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton. 916.15 

Disraeli, Benjamin, earl of Beaconsfield, English statesman and novelist, b. 
1805, d. 1881. Alroy; Ixion in heaven; The infernal marriage; 

Popanilla. New York, N. D. 12° 9*> l6 

Coningsby, or the new generation. New York, N. D. 12 . . • • • 9*3- l 7 
Contarini Fleming ; The rise of Iskander. New York, N. D. 12 . . 923*18 

Endymion. New York, 1880. 12 9 2 >3° 

Henrietta Temple: a love story. New York, N. D. 12 9*3- f 9 

Lothair. New York, n. d. 12 9 2 > 20 

The rise of Iskander. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] • . v. 3 of 068.29 

Sybil, or the two nations. New York, N. D. 12 9 2 > 21 

Tancred, or the new crusade. New York, N. D. 12 9 2 3- 22 

Venetia. New York, n.d. 12 9 2 3-*3 

Vivian Grey. New York, N. D. 12 9 2 > 2 4 

Wit and wisdom. Collected from his writings and speeches. New 

York, 1881. 12° i9^ l 3 

The young duke ; Count Alarcos, a tragedy. New York, N.D. 12° . 9 2 3- 2 5 

Brandes, G. Lord Beaconsfield : a study. 1880. 7 2 S* I 5 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870. 7*3*45 

Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 7 I H 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858 v. 2 of 1926.25 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. [English toryism.] ....... 716.24 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . . v. 1 of 7I9>3 2 

O'Connor, T. P. Lord Beaconsfield : a biography. 1879. 7 2 5 4 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861. 7* i-'9 

Towle, G. M. Certain men of mark. 1880. 7 11 - 1 * 

Note. See Mole-worth's England, and McCarthy's History of our own times. 
Also, essays in Scribners monthly, vol. 93, and Contemporary review, 
vol. 39. 

Disraeli, Isaac, English author, 6. ly 66, d. 1848. Amenities of literature. 

New edition, edited by B. Disraeli. New York, 1874. 2 v. 12 . IH7 J ^ 
Calamities and quarrels of authors. Edited by B. Disraeli. New York, 

1875. 2 v. 12 mi^ 

The literary character. [Also] Literary miscellanies, and an inquiry 
into the character of James I. Edited by B. Disraeli. New York, 

1875. 12° IH7- 1 * 

Dissertations and discussions : political, philosophical, and historical. Mill, 

J. S I9i& 2 5 

Distilling. See Brewing and distilling. 

Distrest mother, The : a tragedy. Philips, A. ........ v. 1 of 1&S93 

District school, The, as it was. Burton, W i7^> 21 

Di Vasari : a tale of Florence. Edwards, C v. 7-8 o€ 9 11,1 

Diversions, The, of Purley. Tooke, J. H 1 i«*-3S 

Divination and the divining rod. Baring-Gould, S. Curious myths of the 

middle ages. 1880 i^ft- 1 * 

Brand, J. Observations on popular antiquities. 1877 M66y> 

Scheie de Vere, M. Modern magic. 1875. 17^3 



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Divine and moral songs for children. Watts, 1 1 17.4 ; 18 18.3 

Divine comedy, The. Ste Dante Alighieri. 

Divine tragedy, The. Longfellow, H. W 1862.24 

Diving. Beckmann, J. History of inventions. [The diving bell.] . v. 1 of 671.13 

Siebe, H. Divers and diving. 1873. 517.3 

Divorce. Dike, S. W. Facts as to divorce in New England. [A lecture.] 1647.2 

Gladstone, W. E. The bill for divorce. [1857.] v. 6 of 19164 

Hume, D. Of polygamy and divorces. v. 1 of 1913.28 

Milton, J. Doctrine and discipline of divorce [and other papers], v. 3 of 1 1 21.9 
Woolsey, T. D. Essay on divorce and divorce legislation. 1869. . . 1767.13 

Same. Revised [and partly rewritten]. 1882 1767.14 

Dixie, Florence Douglas, lady. Across Patagonia. With illustrations. 

New York, 1881. 8° 338.22 

Dixon, William Hepworth. Her majesty's tower. Phila., 1869. 2 v. ini. 8° 829.17 
William Penn : an historical biography. With an extra chapter on the 

"Macaulay charges." Philadelphia, 1851. 8° 722.17 

Do not even the publicans the same ? [A story.] Scudder, H. E. . . . 977.15 
Dobell, Sydney. Home, wounded. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] 

v. 7 of 968.29 
Dobson, Austin. Hogarth. New York, 1879. 12 [Illustrated biographies 

of the great artists.] 712.34 

Modern English illustrated books. $€€ Lang, A. The library. . . . 628.9 

Doctor, The. Southey, Robert. ,,.,.., IOI 9-35 

Doctor Antonio. [A novel.] Rufflni, G. D. , , , 958.3 

Doctor Austin's guests. Gilbert, W , 922.19 

Dr. Birch and his young friends. [Christmas story.] Thackeray, W, M. v. 13 of 91 5.1 

Doctor Breen's practice. A novel. Ho wells, W. D 976.20 

Dr. Gilbert's daughters : a story for girls. Mathews, M. H 132.42 

Dr. Howell's family. [A novel.] Talcott, Mrs. H. B 962.2 

Doctor Jacob. [A novel.] Edwards, Matilda B 948.19 

Doctor Johns. [A novel.] Mitchell, D. G 974.5 

Dr. Last in his chariot : a farce. Bickerstaff, I., and Foote, S. . . . v. 5 of 1859.9 
Doctor Marigold. [A Christmas story.] Dickens, C. J. H. • . .v. 26 of 91 9.1 

Doctor Mondschein. [A parlor drama.] Curtis, Ariana W 1861.23 

Doctor Thome. A novel. Trollope, A 926.4 

Doctor Vandyke. A novel. Cooke, J. E. 979-57 

Dr. Wain wright's patient A novel. Yates, E. H . 921.3 

Dr. Wortle's school. A novel. Trollope, A 926.24 

Doctor's daughter, The. Clarke, Rebecca S ' I 34- I 5 

Doctor's dilemma, The. A novel. Smith, Hannah 939*64 

Doctor's little daughter, The. Meteyard, Eliza. 132.19 

Doctors. Jeaffreson, J. C. A book about doctors. 1861 1919.28 

DODDRIDGE, Philip, English nonconformist divine, b, 1702, d. 1751. A 
course of lectures on the principal subjects in pneumatology, ethics, 

and divinity. London, 1763. 4 1619.19 

The family expositor ; or, a paraphrase and version of the New Testa- 
ment, with critical notes. London, 1745-56. 6 v. 4 . . . . . 1619.15 

Stanford, C. Philip Doddridge. [A biography.] 188 1 742.21 

Dodds, James, D.D. Religion of ancient Egypt [Faiths of the world. 

St Giles' lectures.] 1666.10 



252 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Dodge, Mary Abigail. {Gail Hamilton!) Country living and country think- 
ing. Boston, 1877. 12 1948.16 

Gala days. Boston, 1877. 12 1948-17 

Sermons to the clergy. Boston, 1877. I2 ° 1948.18 

Summer rest. Boston, 1877. 12° 1948.19 

Twelve miles from a lemon. New York, 1876. 12° 1948.31 

Woman's wrongs : a counter-irritant. Boston, 1877. 12 175&*3 

Dodge, Mary Mapes. Hans Brinker; or, the silver skates. Illustrated. 

New York, 1880. 12 134.29 

Dodge, Nathaniel Shatswell. Stories of American history. Bost., [1859.] 16 1&2 

Dodge, Richard Irving. The Black hills. Map and illustrations. New 

York, 1876. 12 . 334-21 

The plains of the great West. Illustrated. [Map.] N. Y., 1877. 8° 33546 

Dodge, Theodore A. The campaign of Chancellorsville. [With maps.] 

Boston, 1881. 8° 868.43 

Dodge club, The. [A novel.] De Mille, J 979.50 

Dodgson, Charles L. {Lewis Carroll.) Alice's adventures in Wonderland. 

With illustrations. New York, 1877. I2 ° I 3 6 * 21 

Through the looking-glass, and what Alice found there. With illustra- 
tions. London, 1878. 12 136.22 

Dodington, George Bubb, lord Melcombe, English politician^ b. 1691, d. 

1762. See Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The wits and beaux of society. 718.6 

Dodsley, Robert, English author •, b. 1709, d. 1764. Cleone: a tragedy. 

[Modern British drama.] . . . . ; v. 2 of 1859.9 

Farces: The king and the miller of Mansfield; Sir John Cockle at 

court. [Modern British drama.] v. 5 L of 18599 

Doellinger, Johann J. I. von, German theologian and historian, b. 1799. 

See International portrait gallery v. 1 of 71934 

Dog. Brown, J. Our dogs ; Plea for a dog home ; More of " Our dogs." . 1014.17 

Chambers's miscellany. Anecdotes of dogs v. 2 of 1232.7 

Herbert, H. W., ed. The dog, by Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson. 

[I8730 «8.3° 

Jesse, E. Anecdotes of dogs. 1873 13&24 

Morris, F. O. Dogs and their doings. 1872 13845 

Smith, C. H. Dogs. [Natural history.] v. 18-19 of 522.5 

Walsh, J. H. The dog in health and disease. 1879. - 668.35 

Ntte. See Blaine's Encyclopaedia of rural sports, pp. 386-443, Walsh's Rural 
sports, pp. 646-71, and Wood's Natural history, vol. 1. 

Dog Crusoe, The, and his master. Ballantyne, R. M 125.20 

Dog, A, of Flanders. [A tale.] Rame\ Louisa de la. v. 5 of 968.29 

Dog, A, without a tail. Francillon, R. E v. 6 of 911*2 

Doing his best. [Sequel to A chance for himself.] Trowbridge, J. T. . • 124.29 
Doings of the Bodley family in town and country. Scudder, H. E. . . • 117*6 
Dolbear, A. E. Telephonic researches. See Prescott, G. B. The speak- 
ing telephone 674-32 

Dollars and cents. [A novel.] Warner, Anna B 965.11 

Dollie and the two Smiths. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 6 0/ £"•* 

Dollinger. See Doellinger. 

Dolliver romance, The, and other pieces. Hawthorne, N 972.2 

Dolly: a love story. Burnett, Frances H. . . 964.38 



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Dolomites. Edwards, A. B. Untrodden peaks and unfrequented valleys. 

i873- 233.4 

Waring, G. E., jr. Tyrol and the skirt of the Alps. 1880. .... 233.40 

White, W. Holidays in Tyrol. [1869-76.] 233.31 

Dombky and son. Dickens, C. J. H v. 13-14 of 919.1 

Dombey and son: a drama. Brougham, J v. 16-17 of 1857.3 

Domenech, Emmanuel, French traveller. Seven years' residence in the des- 
erts of North America. Illustrations and a map. Lond., i860. 2 v. 8° 335*39 
Domenichino. See Zampieri, Domenico. 
Domestic animals. American farmer's hand-book. [Chapters on animals.] 

1880. 664.39 

CasseU's book of sports. [Training of home pets.] 1881 632.15 

Dysart, S. Live-stock. [Paris exposition, 1878.] v. 5 of 1555*12 

Loring, G. B. The farm-yard club of Jotham. 1876. 664.35 

United States. Department of agriculture. Contagious diseases of 

domesticated animals. 1880. 668.48 

Waring, G. E.,/r. Book of the farm. [1877.] 664.24 

St* also Cattle. Cow, Dog, Horse, Poultry, Sheep, Swine. 

Domestic science. Babcock, E. W. Household hints. 1881 628.24 

Beecher, C. E., and Stowe, H. E. B. The American woman's home. 1869. 669.44 

Campbell, H. The easiest way in housekeeping and cooking. 188 1. • 669.10 

Church, E. R. How to furnish a home. 1881 628.20 

Goodholme, T. S. Domestic cyclopaedia of practical information. 1878. R. L. 

Mackarness, M. A. The young lady's book. 1876. 669.16 

Sherwood, M. E. W. Amenities of home. 1881 628.23 

Spofford, H. E. P. The servant girl question. 188 1 669.3 

Stockton, F. R. and M. The home : where it should be, and what to 

put in it. 1873. 628.10 

Stowe, H. E. B. The chimney-corner. 1868 1948.23 

House and home papers. 1876 1948.24 

Tyree, M. C, ed. Housekeeping in old Virginia. 1878 669.31 

Warren, E. How I managed my house on /200 a year ; Comfort for 

small incomes ; How I managed my children ; How to choose a 

house and furnish it ; My lady-help. 1882 93 f *35 

Youmans, E. L. Hand-book of household science. 1879 41 7.5 

See alto Cookery, Decorative and household art, Food and dietetics, Home. 

Dominic, or Domingo de Guzman, St., founder of the order of Dominicans, 

b, 1 170, d, 1221. See Brigham, C. H. St. Dominic and St. Francis. . 778.13 
Don Caesar de Bazan : a drama. Dumanoir, P., and Dennery, A. P. v. 2 of 1857.3 

Don Carlos: an historical drama. Schiller, J. C. F. von v. 3 of 1 138.4 

Don Garcia of Navarre : a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 1 of 1863.27 

Don John. [A novel.] Ingelow, Jean 968.13 

Don Juan. Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 5 of 1815.6 

Don Juan : a comedy. Moliere, J. B. P v. 2 of 1863.27 

Don Quixote of La Mancha. Cervantes Saavedra, M. de. 959-3* 

Don Sebastian : a tragedy. Dryden, J v. 1 of 1859.9 

Donald, R. A chapter on English architecture. See Lefevre, A. 
Donaldson, John W. History of the literature of ancient Greece. See 
Mueller, Karl Otfried. 



254 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Donaldson, John W., continued. 

On English ethnography. [Cambridge essays, 1856.J - % . . v. 2 of 1917.23 
The theatre of the Greeks. With a treatise on the lan guag e^ metres, 
and prosody of the Greek dramatists. Eighth edition. With jtttnv 

trations. London, 1875. 12 (^9^4 

Donatello Fiorentino, or Donato di Niccolo di Belto Bardi, Italian sculp- 

tor, d. 1466. Oliphant, M. O. W. The makers of Florence. 1877. 757.28 

Perkins, C. C. Tuscan sculptors. v. 1 of 4619-40 

Scott, L. Ghiberti and Donatello. 1882 71242 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . • . v. 1 of 714.18 

Not*. See Crowe and CavakaseUe's History of painting in Italy, vol. s, 
Symonds's Renaissance, voL 3, and Grimm's Michael Angelo, VoL x. 

Donato. See Donatello. 

Donblson, Emily, d. 1836. Clemmer, M. Ten years in Washington. 1874. 33347 

Holloway, L. C. Ladies of the White house 764*11 

Donelson, Fort Boynton, C. B. The navy during the rebellion. . ▼. 1 of 869.17 

Force, M. F. Fort Henry to Corinth. 1881 869.2 

Swinton, W. Twelve decisive battles of the war. [1867.] ..... 869.22 
Donizetti, Gaetano, Italian music composer, b. 1798, </. 1848. Ferris, 

G. T. The great Italian and French composers. 1879. .... 7144 

Keddie, H. Musical composers and their works. 1878 714-" 

Donne, John, English poet and divine, b. 1573, d. 1631. Poetical works. 

With a memoir [and portrait]. Boston, 1879. I2 °* • • • *• 2 of 1817-6 

Walton, I. Life of Donne. [1866.] 711.10 

Donne, William Bodham. Euripides. Philadelphia, 1875. I 6°« [Collins, 

W. L*, ed. Ancient classics.] 1855.21 

Tacitus. Phila., 1880. 16 . [Collins, W. U, ed. Ancient classics.] . 1855.16 
Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis : the antediluvian world. Illustrated. New 

York, 1882. 12 434.7 

Doolittle, Justus. Social life of the Chinese. With illustrations. New 

York, 1876. 2 v. in 1. 8° 313.7 

Doolittle, T. S. Rutgers college. [Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., 

eds. The college book.] •♦1764.43 

Doom, The, of Devorgoil. [A dramatic poem.] Scott, Sir W. . . v. 5 of 18 17.3 

Dora. [A novel.] Kavanagh, Julia. 94947 

Doran, John, English author, b. 1807, d, 1878. Habits and men. Second 

edition. London, 1855. I2 ° i9 f 4-37 

A lady of the last century (Mrs. Elizabeth Montagu). With a chapter 

on blue stockings. London, 1873. 8° 731.27 

Lives of the queens of England of the house of Hanover. New York, 

1880. 2 v. 8° 717.19 

Contents. 

Vol. L Sophia Dorothea, of Zell, queen of George 1 ; Caroline WilheL 
mina Dorothea, queen of George n. 
II. Charlotte Sophia, queen of George m; Caroline Amelia Elisa- 
beth, of Brunswick, queen of George iv. 

Their majesties' servants. Annals of the English stage from Betterton 
to Kean. With a memoir of Dr. Doran, by R. H. Stoddard. 

New York, 1880. 2 v. 8° 1869.32 

Dorchester, Daniel, D. D. The Methodist episcopal church. [ Winsor, J., 

ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 



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Dorchester, Mass. First church. Memorial of the Rev. Nathaniel Hall. 

[Portrait and plate.] Boston, 1876. 8° 778.44 

Barrows, S. J. Dorchester in the colonial, and in the provincial period. 

v. 1-2 of 878.20 

Dorchester in the last hundred years v. 3 of 878.20 

Everett, E. Dorchester in 1630, 1776, and 1855. [An oration.] v. 3 of 1137.28 
Dore, Paul Gustave, French artist, b. 1832. Hamerton, P. G. Painting in 

France after the decline of classicism. 1869 617.30 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings. 714.10 

Dormer, Robert, earl of Caernarvon, d. 1643. &' Lodge, E. Portraits of 

illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 4 of 718.9 

Dorothea. [A novel.] Boston, 1882. 16 . [Round-robin series.] . . 978.46 

Dorothy Fox. [A novel.] Parr, Louisa. 935*4 

Dorothy's daughters. [A novel.] Marshall, Emma 935- 2 4 

Dorr, Julia C. R. Sibyl Huntington. A novel. Philadelphia, 1873. I2 ° 962.16 
Dorset, Earls of. See Sackville, Charles, Edward, and Thomas. 

DosiA : a Russian story. Durand, Alice F. 955. 14 

Dossi, Dqsso and Battista, Italian painters, Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of 

early Italian painters. 1874. 71427 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 3 of 714.18 
DosTOYEFFSKY, Fedor. Buried alive ; or, ten years of penal servitude in 

Siberia. Translated from the Russian, by M. von Thilo. N. Y., 1881. 12° 951.19 
DoTTiNGS on the roadside in Panama. Pirn, B., and Seemann, B. . . . 336.17 

Dottings round the circle. Curtis, B. R 214.9 

Dou, or Douw, Gerard, Dutch painter, b. 161 3, </. 1675. See Gower, Lord R. 

C. S. L. The figure painters of Holland 7x2.27 

Dou ay, Anastase. La Salle's attempt to ascend the Mississippi in 1687. See 

Shea, J. G. Discovery of the Mississippi valley 872.12 

Double dealer, The : a comedy. Congreve, W 1868.24 ; v. 3 of 1859.9 

Double ghost, The. [A parlor drama.] Fowle, W. B 1861.27 

Double marriage, The : a play. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. . v. 2 of 1868.20 
Doubleday, Abner. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. [With maps.] New 

York, 1882. 12 . [Campaigns of the civil war.] 869.6 

Reminiscences of forts Sumter and Moultrie, 1860-61. N. Y., 18761 12° 868.21 
Doubleday, Thomas. The murderer's last night [Tales from Blackwood.] 

v. 7-8 of 91 I.I 
Douglas, Amanda M. From hand to mouth. Boston, 1878. 12 . . • 965.25 

Home nook ; or, the crown of duty. Boston, N. D. 12 965.21 

Hope mills. Boston, 1880. 12 965.26 

In trust ; or, Dr. Bertrand's household. Boston, n.d. 12 . . • . 965.22 
Kathie's stories. Kathie's three wishes. Boston, 1880. 16 . . . . 133.32 

Kathie's aunt Ruth. Boston, 1880. 16 *3333 

Kathie's summer at Cedarwood. Boston, 1880. 16 1 33.34 

Kathie's soldiers. Boston, 1880. 16 1 33.35 

In the ranks. Boston, 1880. 16 1 33.36 

Kathie's harvest days. Boston, 1880. 16 133-37 

Nelly Kinnard's kingdom. [Sequel to Seven daughters.] Bosk, n.d. 12 965.23 
The old woman who lived in a shoe. [Illustrated.] Boston, 1875. x 6° 134-7 
Seven daughters. [Illustrated.] Boston, [1874.] Sq. 16 . [Maiden- 
hood series.] 13419 

Sydnie Adriance ; or, trying the world. Boston, n.d. 12 . • . . 965.24 



256 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Douglas, Beverly B. Memorial addresses on [his] life and character. See 

United States. Congressional documents. 
Douglas, James, earl of Morton, b. 1530, d. 1581. See Lodge, E. Portraits 

of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 2 of 718.9 

Douglas, Lady Margaret, counUss of Lennox, b. 1515, d. 1577. See Strick- 
land, A. Queens of Scotland and English princesses v. 2 of 717.10 

Douglas, Robert K. Confucianism and Taouism. London, 1879. l &° • 166&4 
Douglas, Stephen Arnold, American statesman, b. 1813, d. 1861. Parton, J. 

People's book of biography. [1868.] 719.17 

Sheahan, J. W. Life of Douglas. [With selections from his speeches 

and essays.] i860 774-25 

Douglas: a tragedy. Home, J v. 13 of 1857.3 ; y. 2 of 18599 

Douglas, Mass. Emerson, W. A. History of Douglas. [17 15-1878.] . 877.21 
Douglass, David Bates, American engineer, 6. 1790, d. 1849. See Stuart, 

C. B. Lives of the civil and military engineers of America. .... 764.21 
Douglass, Frederick, b. 181 7. Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Life without 

and life within. 1875 « 1948-35 

Stowe, H. E. B. Men of our times. 1868 764.10 

D'outre mort Spofford, Harriet E. P v. 1 of 968.29 

Dove, Alfred. Alexander von Humboldt. 1827-59. See Bruhns, K* ed. 

Life of Humboldt v. 2 of 75541 

Dove, The, in the eagle's nest. Yonge, Charlotte M 933.31 

Dowden, Edward. Shakspere. New York, 1879. l &°» [Green, J. R., ed. 

Literature primers.] 1116113 

Shakspere : a critical study of his mind and art. N. Y., 188 1. Sq. 12 1864.22 
Southey. N. Y., 1880. 12 . [Morley, J., ed. English men of letters.] 713.19 
Dowling, Rev. John. History of Romanism. Illustrated. N. Y., 1845. &° i6jW> 
Downing, Andrew Jackson. The fruits and fruit trees of America. Second 

edition, with additions. Illustrations. New York, 1876. 8° 666146 
Appendixes i-iii. [Prepared by Charles Downing.] N.Y.,1881. 8° 666.37 
Rural essays. Edited, with a memoir of the author, by G. W. Curtis, 

and a letter by F. Bremer. [Illustrated.] New York, 188 1. L.8° 667.59 
Theory and practice of landscape gardening. New edition. With a 

supplement by H. W. Sargent. [Illustrations.] N.Y„[i875.] 8° 667.55 
Dowse, Thomas, b. 1772, d. 1856. See Everett, E. Orations and addresses. 

v. 3-4 of 1137.28 
Doyle, James, bishop of Kildare, b. 1786, d. 1834. See Murray, J. O'K., ed. 

The prose and poetry of Ireland 1819.9 

Doyle, John Andrew. History of the United States. New York, 1876. 

1 6°. [Freeman, E. A., ed. Historical course for schools.] .... 865.2 
Doyle, Martin. The illustrated book of domestic poultry. New edition. 

Philadelphia, [1873.] 8° • 668 -4 6 

Dracut, Mass. Nason, E. History of Dracut. [1647-1879.]. . . v. 1 of 878.26 

Dragon fang, The : a tale. O'Brien, F.J 1131-19 

Dragon's teeth, The. [A mythological story.] Hawthorne, N 13&2 

Drainage. House drainage and sewerage. 

Bayles, J. C. House drainage and water service. 1880. 64246 

Denton, J. B. Sanitary engineering. [Treatment and disposal of the 

sewage of towns and villages.] 1877 642.51 

Eassie, W. Healthy houses. A handbook of drainage, ventilation, warm- 
ing, etc With estimates for the best systems in use. 1879. . . . 642.13 



AMES FREE LIBRARY. 257 

Drainage. House drainage and sewerage, continued. 

Eassie, W. Sanitary arrangements for dwellings. 1874. 642.14 

Latham, B. Sanitary engineering : construction of works of sewerage 

and house drainage. 1878 642.29 

Philbrick, E. S. American sanitary engineering. 1881 64242 

Reynolds, O. Sewer gas. A handbook on house drainage. 1872. . . 642.9 

Simon, J. Filth-diseases and their prevention. 1876. 642.20 

Waring, G. E., jr. Sanitary drainage of houses and towns. 1879. - • 642.22 

Village improvements. 1877 642.4 

Drainage of land, 

French, H. F. Farm drainage. 1880. 664.21 

Waring, G. E.,/r. Book of the farm. [1877.] 664.24 

A farmer's vacation. [Chapters on Dutch drainage.] 1876. . . 232.49 
Drake, Daniel. Pioneer life in Kentucky. Edited, with notes and a bio- 
graphical sketch, by C. D. Drake. [With portrait.] Cincinnati, 187a 

8°. [Ohio valley historical series.] 872.54 

Drake, Sir Francis, English admiral, b. 1540, d. 1595. Campbell, J. 

Lives of the British admirals. 1873. • • 716.8 

Edgar, J. G. Sea-kings and naval heroes. 1878 M7-9 

Johnson, S. Lives of eminent persons v. 2 of 11 22. 17 

Kingston, W. H. G. Notable voyages from Columbus to Parry. . . 215.4 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 2 of 718.9 

Parton, J. People's book of biography. [1868.] '. 719.17 

Payne, E. J., ed. Voyages of Elizabethan seamen to America. 1562-95. 215.5 
Drake, Francis Samuel. Dictionary of American biography. Bost., 1879. 8° R. L. 
History of Watertown, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. History of Middlesex 

county.] v. 2 of 878.26 

Roxbury and Brighton in the colonial, and in the provincial period. 

[Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] .... v. 1-2 of 878.20 
Roxbury and Brighton in the last hundred years. [Winsor, J., ed. 

Memorial history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

The town of Roxbury : its memorable persons and places, its history 

and antiquities. With illustrations. Roxbury, [1878.] 8° . . . 877.17 
Drake, Joseph Rodman, American poet, b. 1795, '• 1820. The culprit fay. 

A poem. With illustrations. New York, 1879. Sq. 12 1837.27 

Drake, Samuel Adams. Around the Hub. A boy's book about Boston. 

[With illustrations.] Boston, 188 1. Sq. 12 128.20 

Bunker Hill : the story told in letters from the battle field by British 

officers engaged. Boston, 1875. 8° 866.25 

The heart of the White mountains. Illustrations. New York, 1882. 4 339. 52 
Nooks and corners of the New England coast. Illustrations [and a 

map]. New York, 1876. 4 33 2 -5* 

Old landmarks and historic fields of Middlesex. Illustrated. Boston, 

1876. 12 877.5 

Old landmarks and historic personages of Boston. Illustrated. Bos- 
ton, 1873. I2 ° 877.12 

Drake, Samuel Adams, editor. History of Middlesex county, Mass., con- 
taining histories of every city and town, and a general history of the 
county. [1628-1879.] Illustrated. Boston, 1880. 2 v. 4 . . . . 878.26 



258 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Drake, Samuel Adams. History of Middlesex county, continued. 

Content*. 

VoL I. History of Middlesex county, by S. A. Drake; Acton, by F. P. 
Wood; Arlington, by W. R. Cutter; Ashby, by F. Tinker; 
Ashland, by W. F. Ejus, assisted by £. Grout; Ayer, by S. A. 
Green; Bedford, by J. A. Stearns; Belmont, by T. L. Alex- 
ander; Billerica, by F. P. Hill; Boxborough, by N. Thomp- 
son; Brighton, by F. A. Whitney; Burlington, by S. Sewall; 
Cambridge, by E. Abbott; Carlisle, by B. F. Heald; Chelms- 
ford, by F. P. Hill; Concord, by G. Reynolds; Dracut, by E. 
Nason; Dunstable, by E. Nason; Everett, by D. P. Bailey; 
Framingham, by j. H. Temple; Groton, by S. A Green; 
Holliston, by G. F. Walker; Hopkintoo, by E. Nason; Hud- 
son, by C. Hudson. 
II. Lexington, by C. Hudson; Lincoln, by W. F. Wheeler; Littleton* 
by H. J. Harwood; LoweU, by A. Gilman; Maiden, by D. P. 
Corey; Marlborough, by R. A. Griffin and E. L. Bigdow; 
Maynard. by A. Balcom; Medford, by W. H. Whitmorej 
Melrose, by E. H. Goss; Natick, by S. D. Hosmer, assisted 
by D. Wight and A. Bacon; Newton, by S. F. Smith; 
North Reading, by H. Barrus and C. D. Wright; Pepperell, 
by L. P. Blood; Reading, by H. Barrus and C. D. Wright; 
Snerbom, by A. H. BLancnard; Shirley, by S. Chandler; 
Somerville, by E. C. Booth; Stoneham, by S. Dean; Stow, 
byG. F. Clark; Sudbury, by G. A. Oviatt; Tcwksbury, by 
L. Huntress, assisted by J. C. Kittredge; Townsend. by I. B. 
Sawtelle; Tyngsborougn. by E. Nason; Wakefield, by C. W. 
Eaton; Waltham, by A. Starbuck; Watertown, by F. S. 
Drake; Wayland, by T. H. Temple; Westford, by E. R. 
Hodgman, assisted by J. Abbott; Weston, by C.A. Nelson; 
Wilmington, by L. C. Eames; Winchester, by E. A. Wad- 
leigh; Woburn, by G. M. Champney; Judicial history and 



civil list; Index. 

Drake, Samuel Gardner. Book of the Indians ; biography and history* , 

1492-1841. Ninth edition with additions. Boston, 1845. 8° . * ^^ 
History and antiquities of Boston, 1 630-1 770. Also, an introductory 

history of the discovery and settlement of New England. Witt* , 

notes [and illustrations]. Boston, 1856. L.8° * 77 ' 3 

Drama. Criticism and literature, 

£ 1 I27JQ 

Burke, K. Hints for an essay on the drama. v. 7 *>* 

Donaldson, J. W. The theatre of the Greeks ; a treatise on the Greets e^u 

drama. 1875 *^Lo 

Fitzgerald, P. Principles of comedy and dramatic effect. 187a . - ^ 21 

Hazlitt, W. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 * ^** 

Hudson, H. N. Origin and growth of the drama in England, v. 1 of * ., 

Kingsley, C. Plays and puritans. [An essay.] * %al 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ Art, literature, and the drama. ... *^L l2 

Schiller, J. C. F. von. On tragic art. [An essay.] *^«nan 

Schlegel, A. W. von. Lectures on dramatic art and literature. 1879. *^^j«» 

Scott, Sir W. Essay on the drama v. 60^ ^ -g 

Ward, A. W. History of English dramatic literature. 1875. • • • * * ^n 
Whipple, E. P. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878. . .' . . *^iL« 
White, R. G. Rise and progress of the English drama. 726.18; v. 1 a£ * 

Dramas and dramatic works, 

5556.5 
iEschylus. Tragedies. New translation, by E. H. Plumptre. 1873. **zc5.Q 

Aristophanes. Comedies. New translation, by W. J. Hickie. 1859-65. *T?,i6 



Baker, G. M. Drawing-room stage : dramas, comedies, and farces. 1873. *^^ii7 

Handy dramas for amateur actors. 1877. . *^T< 18 

The social stage : dramas, comedies, burlesques. 1875. • • • • *^^»«* 

Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. Works. 1872-76. % 

Brewster, E. E. Parlor varieties. 1881 



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Drama. Dramas and dramatic works, continued. 

Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L, lord Lytton. Dramatic works. .... 1863.13 
Curtis, A. W. The spirit of seventy-six. [Also] A change of base, 

and Doctor Mondschein. 1871 1861.23 

Edgeworth, M. Comic dramas v. 8 of 941.7 

Euripides. Tragedies. Translated by T. A. Buckley. 1877-79. • • l8 56- x 3 

Fowle, W. B. Parlor dramas. 1857 1861.27 

French's Standard drama '857.3 

Frost, S. A. Amateur theatricals and fairy-tale dramas. [1868.] . . 1861.11 
Gilbert, W. S. Original plays. First and second series. 1881. . . .1861.13 

Goethe, J. W. von. Dramatic works. 1879 1863.11 

Jonson, B. Works. [Dramas, entertainments, masques, etc] . . . 1868.17 

Knowles,J. S. Dramatic works 1868.11 

Lessing, G. E. Dramatic works. 1878 1863.9 

Modern British drama. 181 1 f 859-9 

Moliere, J. B. P. Dramatic works. 1878 1863.27 

Plautus, M. A. Comedies. Translated by H. T. Riley. 1878. . . .1856.15 

Schiller, J. C. F. von. Historical and early dramas v. 2-4 of 1 138.4 

Shakespeare, W. Works. Edited by R. G. White. 1875 l866 -7 

Same. New variorum edition, by H. H. Furness. 1873-80. . . 1867.7 

Same. Text revised by A. Dyce. 1880-81 '1858.7 

Sheridan, R. B. Works. [Plays, etc.] 1868.7 

Sophocles. Tragedies. New translation, by E. H. Plumptre. 1879. • 1856.6 

Taylor, B. Dramatic works. 1880. 1863.17 

Terentius Afer, P. Comedies. Translated by H. T. Riley. 1879. . . 1856.17 
Wycherley, W., Congreve, W., Vanbrugh, Sir J., and Farquhar, G. 

Dramatic works. 1880 1868.24 

Note. The contents of these collections will be found under the names of the 
authors. French's Standard drama is also called French's American drama 
and Modern standard drama. 

See also Actors and acting, Amusements, Dialogues, Dramatists, 
Mysteries and miracle plays, Stage. 

Drama, A, of exile. Browning, Elizabeth B v. 2 of 1827.23 

Drama, The, of kings. Buchanan, R 1862.27 

Dramatic scenes, with other poems. Procter, B. W 1863.4 

Dramatis persons. [Poems.] Browning, R 1825.12 

Dramatists. Brewer, E. C. Authors and dates of dramas. [Reader's 

handbook.] R. L. 

Carlyle, T. German playwrights. [An essay.] . v. 7 of 11 26.1 ; v. 1 of 1915.17 
Coleridge, S. T. Lectures upon Shakspeare and other dramatists. 

v. 4 of 1 124.17 

Lamb, C. Characters of dramatic writers v. 4 of 11 24.9 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Comic dramatists of the restoration. . -v. 4 of 1915.13 
Matthews, J. B. French dramatists of the 19th century. 1881. . . . 1925.45 

Purnell, T. The dramatists of the present day. 1871 1869.16 

Symonds, J. A. Studies of the Greek poets. 1880 1925.4 

Whipple, E. P. Elizabethan dramatists I 9 2 5* I 3 

Old English dramatists v. 2 of 1936.8 

Draper, John C, M. D. Text-book on anatomy, physiology, and hygiene. 

With illustrations. New York, 1878. 8° 656.10 

Draper, John William, M.D., b. 181 1, d. 1882. The conflict between 
religion and science. Eighth edition. New York, 1879. I2 ° [Inter- 
national scientific series.] 526.12 



260 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Draper, John William, continued. 

History of the American civil war. [Maps.] N. Y., 1867-70, 3 ▼. 8° 867.14 
History of the intellectual development of Europe. Revised edition. 

New York, 1876. 2 v. 12 17269 

Thoughts on the future civil policy of America. Fourth edition. New 

York, 1875. 8° 1738.19 

Draper, Lyman C. King's mountain and its heroes. 1780. With portraits, 

maps, and plans. Cincinnati, 188 1. 8° . . 866.30 

Draper, Warren F. Index to the Bibliotheca sacra, vol. 1-30. Andover, 

1874. 8° R.L. 

Draughts. See Checkers. 

Drawing. Allonge^ A. Charcoal drawing. 1876. 624.7 

Barnard, G. Drawing from nature. 1877 617.31 

Handbook of foliage and foreground drawing. 1876. 624.21 

Cavl, M. E. Cave" method of drawing. Drawing from memory. 1S77. 624.17 

Color. 1871 624.18 

Davidson, E. A. The elements of practical perspective 672.13 

Hamerton, P. G. The graphic arts. 1882. 612.17 

Penley, A. Elements of perspective 624.13 

Rowbotham, T. The art of sketching from nature. [1878.] .... 624.5 

Ruskin, J. The elements of drawing. 1877 624.27 

Elements of perspective. 1876. 624-35 

The laws of F4sole : the elementary principles of drawing. 1877. . 611. 18 

Smith, W. Art education, scholastic and industrial. 1872 62442 

Drawing book of standard reproductions and original designs. 1872. *659^20 

Free-hand drawing. 1872 624.10 

Tyrwhitt, R. St. J. Christian art, with hints on landscape. 1872. . . 612.21 

Our sketching club. 1875 624.37 

VioIlet-le-Duc, E. E. Learning to draw. 188 1 624.25 

Warren, H. Artistic treatise on the human figure. 1881 6244 

Weigall, C. H. The art of figure drawing. 1879 624.3 

A guide to animal drawing. 1878 624.14 

Mechanical drawing. 

Davidson, E. A. Drawing for bricklayers. [1872.] 672.6 

Drawing for cabinet-makers. [1872.] 672.9 

Drawing for carpenters and joiners. [1870.] 672JJ 

Drawing for machinists and engineers 672.5 

Drawing for metal plate workers. [1872.] 672.10 

Drawing for stonemasons. 672.7 

Elements of building construction and architectural drawing. . . 672.14 

Linear drawing 672.12 

Model drawing. [i8?i>] 672.11 

Orthographic and isometrical projection. 672.15 

The engineer and machinist's drawing-book. 187 1 659.17 

Heather, J. F. Mathematical instruments. 1877 v. 1 of 672.19 

Hulme, F. E. Mathematical drawing instruments, and how to use them. 672.24 

Draxy Miller's dowry. [A story.] Holm, Saxe 966.10 

Draytons, The, and the Davenants. Charles, Elizabeth R 937- * 6 

Dream, The. [A poem.] Byron, G. G. N., lord. v. 1 of 18 15.6 



AMES FREE LIBRARY. 26 1 

Dream, The, at sea : a drama. Buckstone, J. B v. 34-35 of 1857.3 

Dream-children. Lamb, C v. 2 of 968.29; v. 3 of 11 24.9 

Dream children. Scudder, H. E 13&9 

Dream life. A fable of the seasons. Mitchell, D. G '939*5 

Dream, The, of a day, and other poems. Percival, J. G v. 2 of 1837.6 

Dream, The, of Eugene Aram. [A poem.] Hood, T. v. 1 of i8i6£ ; v. 7 of 968.29 

Dreamer, A. [A novel.] Wylde, Katharine 96948 

Dreams. Carpenter, W. B. Mental physiology. 1880. 652.13 

Crowe, C. The night-side of nature. 185a 17 19.18 

Hammond, W. A. Sleep and its derangements. 1878 652.5 

Maudsley, H. The pathology of mind. 1880. 652.8 

Proctor, R. A. Some strangely fulfilled dreams. [An essay.] ... 417*2 

Scheie de Vere, M. Modern magic. 1873 I 7 I 9 I 3 

Wynter, A. Borderlands of insanity. 1875 651.9 

Dreamthorp. Smith, A v. 2 of 968.29 

Dred; a tale of the great Dismal swamp. Stowe, Harriet KB 967.18 

Dred; or, the Dismal swamp : a drama. Brougham, J. . . . v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

Dresden. Andersen, H. C. Pictures of travel. [183 1.] 233.18 

Chorley, H. F. Modern German music. [1854.] 623.15 

Hawthorne, J. Saxon studies. [1875.] 232.23 

Jameson, A. Sketches of art, literature, and character. [1834.] 1875. 1927.12 
Dress. See Costume. 
Dresser, Christopher. Carpets. [Bevan, G. P., ed. British manufacturing 

industries.] v. 6 of 673.5 

Drew, Benjamin. Pens and types. Boston, 1875. 1 6° R. L. 

Drew, Catharine. The lutaniste of St. Jacobi's. New York, 1881. 16 

[Leisure hour series.] 969.21 

Drew, Daniel, American capitalist. See McCabe, J. D. Great fortunes, 

and how they were made 762.21 

Drift from two shores. [A collection of stories.] Harte, F. Bret. . . . 977-1 

Drift-weed. [Poems.] Thaxter, Celia 1838.14 

Drift wood: a collection of essays. Longfellow, H. W v. 1 of 11 31 4 

Drifting. [A poem.] Read, T. B v. 7 of 968.29 

Drifting round the world. A boy's adventures. Hall, C. W 127.43 

Droz, Gustave. Around a spring. Translated from the French by M. S. 

New York, 1873. 16 . [Leisure hour series.] 979. 11 

Babolain. A novel. Translated from the French by M. S. New York, 

1873. 1 6°. [Leisure hour series.] 979* 1 * 

Drugs. See Materia medica. 

Drugs that enslave. The opium, morphine, chloral and hashisch habits. 

Kane, H. H 662.6 

Druids. Disraeli, L The Druidical institution v. 1 of 11 17.16 

Knight, C. Half hours of English history. 1869. 825.19 

Saintine, X. B. The myths of the Rhine. 1875 1665.31 

Note. See Caesar's Commentaries, Knight's England, vol. 1, and Bulfinch'i 
Age of fable, chap. 41. 

Drummer, The : a comedy. Addison, J v. 5 of 11 22.6; v. 4 of 1859.9 

Drummer boy, The. A story of Burnside's expedition. Trowbridge, J. T. 123.4 

Drummond, William, Scotch poet, b. 1585, </. 1649. Masson, D. Drum- 

mond of Hawthornden : his life and writings. 1873. 726.15 

Not*. For specimens of Drummond's poetry see Wilson's Poets of Scotland, 
vol. t, and Ward's English poets, vol. a. 



262 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Drunkard, The : a moral domestic drama. Smith, W. H. . . . v. n of 1857.3 
Drunkard's doom, The : a romantic drama. Pitt, G. D. . . v. 44-45 of 1857.3 
Drunkard's warning, The : temperance drama, Tayleure, C. W. v. 44-45 °* x ^57-3 
Drury, Drew or Dm, English naturalist, b. 1725, d. 1804. See Jardine, Sit 

W.,ed. The naturalist's library v. 15 of 522.5 

Druzes. Anderson, R. Missions of the American board. . . . v. 3 of 1663.12 
Churchill, C. H. Druzes and Maronites under Turkish rule. [1840-60.] 853.30 
Dryden, John, English poet, dramatist, and critic, b. 1 63 1, d. 170a Alexan- 
der's feast. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . . v. 7 of 968.29 
All for love ; Don Sebastian : tragedies. [Modern British drama.] v. 1 of 1859.9 
Parallel between poetry and painting. See Reynolds, Sir J. Literary 

remains v. 2oi 1125.9 

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in 2. 12 1816.J 

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Vol. I. Life, by J. Mitford; Astraea redux; Annus mirabtlis; An essay 
upon satire; Absalom and Achitophel; The medal: Religio 
laid; Threnodia Augustalis; The hind and the panther; Bri- 
tannia rediviva ; Macrlecknoe; Epistles ; Elegies and epitaphs; 
The art of poetry [from the French of Boileau] ; Miscellane- 
ous poems. 
II. Songs, odes,and a masque; Prologues and epilogues; Transla- 
tions from Theocritus, Lucretius, and Horace ; Tales from Chau- 
cer : Palamon and Arcite; The cock and the fox; The flower and 
the leaf; The wife of Bath: The character of a good parson; 
Translations from Boccace; Translations from Ovid's Meta- 
morphoses; Translations from Ovid's Epistles and Art of love; 
Translations from Juvenal, Perstus, and Homer. 

The Spanish friar : a comedy. [Modern British drama.] . . . v. 3 of 1859-9 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English poets. 1876. 1925.21 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 7M-5 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English poets. . . . v. 1 of 714.37 ; v. 1 of 1 122.17 

Lowell, J. R. Among my books. 1880. v. 1 of 1936.24 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. Critical, historical, and miscellaneous essays. 

v. 1 of iojW 

Saintsbury, G. Dryden. [A biography.] 1881 7 ! 3^ 

Scott, Sir W. Life of Dryden. v. 1 of H2>7 

Nate. See Taine's History of English literature, vol. a, Ward's English poets, 
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Dryden, John, translator. The works of Virgil. See Virgilius Maro, P. 

Du Bois, William E. Manual of gold and silver coins. See Eckfeldt, J. R. 

Du Chaillu, Paul B. The country of the dwarfs. [Illustrated.] New 

York, n.d. 12 126.31 

A journey to Ashangoland. Map and illustrations. N. Y., 1874. 8° . 325.18 
The land of the midnight sun. Journeys through Sweden, Norway, Lap- 
land, and Finland. With map and illustrations. N. Y., 1882. 2 v. 8° 231.37 

Lost in the jungle. [Illustrated.] New York, n.d. 12 126.32 

My Apingi kingdom: with life on the Sahara. [Illustrated.] New 

York, n. d. 12 126.33 

Stories of the gorilla country. With illustrations. N.Y., N. D. 12 . 126.34 
Wild life under the equator. [Illustrated.] New York, n.d. 12 . . 12635 

Duchess de La Valliere, The : a drama. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord 

Lytton 1863.13 

Duchess, The, of Dublin : a farce. Baker, G. M rS6i.i6 

Duclos, Charles Pineau, French moralist and author, b. 1704, d. 1772. Sec 

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Du Deffand, Marie de V. C, marquise, b. 1697, d. 1780. Jeffrey, F., lord. 

Contributions to the Edinburgh review 1919.41 

Thomson, K. B. and J. C. The queens of society. 1876. 7*8-5 

Dudevant, Amantinc L. A. D., madame {George Sand), French novelist and 
miscellaneous writer, 6. 1804, d. 1876. Antonia. A novel. Trans- 
lated by V. Vaughan. Boston, 1870. 16 955-3 

Consuelo. A novel. Translated by F. Robinson. Phila., [1870.] 12 955.16 
The countess of Rudolstadt. A sequel to " Consuelo." Translated 

by F. Robinson. Philadelphia, [1870] 12 955.17 

Fanchon the cricket ; or, " La petite Fadette." [Translated from the 

French.] Philadelphia, [187 1.] 12 955. 13 

Impressions and reminiscences. Translated by H. K. Adams. With 

memoir. [Portrait.] Boston, 1877. 12 749-6 

The marquis de Villemer. Translated by R. Keeler. Bost., 1871. 8° 959.43 
Mauprat. A novel. Translated by V. Vaughan. Boston, 1875. l ^° 955* 10 
The miller of Angibault. Translated by M. E. Dewey. Bost., 187 1. 12 955.12 
My sister Jeannie. Translated by S. R. Crocker. Bost., 1874. 16 . 955«4 
Recollections. New York, 1874. Sq. 12 . [Stoddard, R. H., ed. 

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The snow man. A novel. Translated by V. Vaughan. Bost., 1877. 16 955.11 

Arnold, M. George Sand. [An essay.] 1915.20 

James, H.,/r. French poets and novelists. 1878 1925.31 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

Mirecourt, E. de. George Sand : a biographical portrait 737-3 1 

Taylor, B. Critical essays and literary notes. 1880 1937.42 

Thackeray, W. M. Madame Sand and the new apocalypse. . .v. 16 of 91 5.1 

Dudgeon, David, Scotch philosopher, b. 1706, d. 1743. See McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy 1713.25 

Dudley, Ambrose, earl of Warwick, b. 1530, d. 1590. See Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 2 of 718.9 

Dudley, John, duke of Northumberland, b. 1502, d. 1553. See Lodge, E. 

Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 1 of 718.9 

Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester, favorite of queen Elizabeth, d. 1588. See 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain, v. 2 of 718.9 

Dudley, Thomas. Letter to the countess of Lincoln. [Young, A. Chroni- 
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Note. See notices of the Dudley family in Drake's History of Roxbury, and 
in Winsor*s Memorial history of Boston. 

Duellist, The. [A poem.] Churchill, C v. 1 of j815.11 

Duellists, The. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 9-10 of 911. 1 

Duels and duelling. Carlyle, T. Two hundred and fifty years ago. 

v. 11 of 1126.1; v. 4 of 1915.17 

De Quincey, T. Literary reminiscences v. 3 of 11 25. 13 

Mackay, C. Duels and ordeals 17197 

Sabine, L. Duels and duelling, with an historical essay. 1859. . . . 1753-6 

Duenna, The : an opera. Sheridan, R. B 1868.7 ; v. 7 of 1857.3 

Duerer, Albrecht, German painter and engraver, b. 1471, d. 1528. Fair- 
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Heath, R. F. Albrecht Diirer. [A biography.] 1881 712.38 

Scott, W. B. Albert Durer : his life and works. Including autobio- 
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264 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Duerer, Albrecht, continued. 

Sweetser, M. F. Artist-biographies. Diirer. 1877 7 I2 *6 

Tyrwhitt, R. St. J. Christian art and symbolism. 1872 612-21 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . . v. 3 of 7 1 4-"* 

Note. See Rugler** German, Flemish, and Dutch schools, vol. x, and Jack- 
son and Chatto's Wood engraving, pp. 238-324. 

Dufaure, Jules A. S. t French politician and lawyer, b. 1798. King, E. 

French political leaders. 1876. 737-6 

Men of the third republic 1873 737*9 

Duff, Mary Ann. See Seaver, Mary Ann. 

Duff, Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant. Notes of an Indian journey. With 

map. London, 1876. 8° *47-7 

Dufferin, Earl of. See Blackwood, Frederick Temple Hamilton. 

Duffey, Mrs. E. B. Ladies' and gentlemen's etiquette. Phila., [1877.] \i° 1761 16 
No sex in education. A review. Philadelphia, [1874.] 12 .... 661.7 

Duffield, Mrs. William. The art of flower painting. With illustrations. 

N. Y., 1878. Sq. 16 . [Carter, S. N., ed. Putnam's art hand-books.] . 6*S-7 

Duffy, Sir Charles Gavan. Young Ireland : a fragment of Irish history. 

1840-50. New York, 1881. 8° - 822.16 

Du Fresnoy, Charles Alphonse, French historical painter and poet, b. 1611 * 

d. 1665. Art of painting. See Reynolds, Sir J. Literary remains, v, 2 of i* 2 5-9 

Duhring, Louis A. Practical treatise on diseases of the skin. Third edi- 
tion, revised and enlarged. Philadelphia, 1882. 8° - 6$7- 2 

Duke, Richard, English poet, d. 171 1. See Johnson, S. Lives of the Eng- 
lish poets v. 2 of 714.37; v. 1 o£ iiz 2J 7 

Duke Humphrey's dinner : a tale. O'Brien, F. J - H3 Il 9 

Duke's children, The. A novel. Trollope, A , 9 26 - 11 

Duke's daughter, The. Bourgeois, A. A., and FeWal, P. H. C. v. 40-41 o* l8 57-3 

Duke's dilemma, The. [Tales from Blackwood.] v. 4 ** 9 llml 

Duleep Singh, maharajah 0/ Lahore, b. 1838. See National portrait gallery. 

Dulles, Charles W., M.D. What to do first, in accidents or poisoning. 

Philadelphia, 1880. 16 ** 3 

Dumanoir, Philippe, and Dennery, Adolphe P. Don Caesar de Bazan. 

[French's Standard drama.] v.2o€ l8s7 ' 3 

Dumas, Alexandre, /Us, French dramatist, b. 1824. C ami lie. Adapted from 

the French. [French's Standard drama.] v. 16-17 0^ l * 

Matthews, J. B. French dramatists of the 19th century. 1881. . . . * ^ " 
Dumas, Alexandre Davy, French novelist and dramatist, b. 1803, d. 187a 

Chicot the jester. Sequel to " Marguerite de Valois." [From the l2 

French.] With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 ^^* 

The conspirators ; or, the chevalier d'Harmental. [From the French.] x . 

With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 ^ 5 ' 

The count of Monte- Cristo. [From the French.] With illustrations. „ , 

London, 1879. I2 ° 

The countess de Charny. Sequel to " Taking the Bastile." [From the Q - 

French.] With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 

The forty-five guardsmen. Sequel to " Chicot the jester." [From the ^ { * 

French.] With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 &^ 

Marguerite de Valois. An historical romance. [From the French.] ^_,| 

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Dumas, Alexandre Davy, continued. 

Memoirs of a physician. [From the French.} With illustrations. 

London, 1879. I2 ° 957*4 

The queen's necklace. Sequel to " Memoirs of a physician. 9 * [From the 

French.] With illustrations, London, N. D. 12 957.5 

The regent's daughter. Sequel to "The conspirators." [From the 

French.] With illustrations. London, N. D. 12 957**5 

Taking the Bastile ; or, six years later. Sequel to the " Queen's neck- 
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Tales of Algeria, or, life among the Arabs. Philadelphia, 1868. 12 . 321. 11 
Three guardsmen. Translated by P. Benjamin. Baltimore, 1846. 8° 957.21 
Same. The three musketeers. [From the French.] With illus- 
trations. London, 1878. 12 957-8 

La tour de Nesle. See Gaillardet, T. F. 

Twenty years after. [Sequel to The three musketeers.] [From the 

French.] With illustrations. London, 1878. 12 . . . . 957.9 

Same. Translated by E. P. Baltimore, 1846. 8° 957*21 

The vicomte de Bragelonne. [Sequel to " Twenty years after."] [From 

the French.] With illustrations. Lond., N. D. 2 v. 12 . . . 957.10 
Castelar y Rissoll, E. Life of lord Byron, and other sketches. 1876. 727.19 
Fitzgerald, P. Life and adventures of Alexander Dumas. 1873. • • 748*36 

Gautier, T., and others. Famous French authors. 1879. 737-3 1 

Hayward, A. Alexander Dumas. [An essay.] v. rof 1918.19 

Matthews, J. B. French dramatists of the 19th century. 1881. . . . 1925.45 

Men of the third republic. 1873 737**9 

Dumas, C. G. F. Biographical sketch of Henry Bouquet. See Smith, W. 

Bouquet's expedition 872.29 

Dumb boy, The, of Manchester : a melodrama. Rayner, B. F. v. 42-43 of 1857.3 

Dumb girl, The, of Genoa : a melodrama. Farrell, J v. 32-33 of 1857.3 

Dumb love : a tale from the German. Musaeus, J. K. A v. 3 of 952.26 

Dun, Finlay. Veterinary medicines. Fifth edition, revised and enlarged. 

Edinburgh, 1878. 8° 662.18 

Dunbar, William. Bees. [Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library.] 

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Dunbar, William, Scotch poet, d. 1530. See Wright, T. Essays. . v. 2 of 191 7. 17 
Duncan, Adam, baron Camper down, Scotch admiral, o. 1731, d. 1804. Ed- 
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British moths, sphinxes, etc [Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's 

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Exotic moths. [Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's library.] . v. 32 of 522.5 
Foreign butterflies. [Jardine, Sir W., ed. Naturalist's library.] v. 31 of 522.5 
Introduction to entomology. [Jardine, Sir W., ed. The naturalist's 

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Duncan, P. Martin. The sea-shore. [Illustrated.] London, 1879. ! 6° 

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Duncan, William, Scotch philosopher, £. 1717, </. 1760. See McCosh, J. The 

Scottish philosophy 1713-25 



266 CATALOGUE OP THE 

Duncan Campbell. [A novel.] De Foe, D 1122.25 

Dunciad, The, [A poem.] Pope, A v. 2 of 1817.1 

DUNDAS, Henry, lord Melville, Scotch statesman, b. 1740, d. 1811. See 

Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George ill. . . v. 3 of 1 127.5 
Dundee, Viscount. See Graham, John. 
Dunglison, Robley, M. D. Dictionary of medical science. New edition, 

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Dunlop, John. The history of fiction : a critical account of the most cele- 
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Dunning, John,/// lord Ashburton, English lawyer, b. 1731,^. 1783. See 

Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George Hi. . . . v. 4 of 1 127.5 
Dun raven, Earl of. See Wyndham-Quin, Windham Thomas. 
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Du pan LOUP, Felix A. P., Pevique d* Orleans, b. 1802. King, E. French 

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Men of the third republic. 1873 737-<9 

Duplessis, Georges Gratet. Wonders of engraving. [From the French.] 

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Duppa, Richard. Life and works of Michael Angelo. [Also] Life and 

works of Raffaello by A. C. Quatremere de Quincy [translated from 

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Du Quesne, Fort. See Sargent, W. Expedition against Fort Du Quesne, 

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Durand, Alice Fleury. {Henry Greville.) Dosia : a Russian story. From 

the French by Mary N. Sherwood. Boston, N.D. 12 .... 955- * 4 

Markof ; the Russian violinist. From the French by Helen Stanley. 

Philadelphia, [1879.] "° 955* 2 S 

Pretty little countess Zina. A Russian story. From the French by 

Mary N. Sherwood. Philadelphia, [1878.] Sq. 16 955-7 

Durand, Asher Brown, American painter and engraver. Sheldon, G. W. 

American painters : with examples of their work. 188 1 617.22 

Tuckerman, H. T. Book of the artists. 1867 764.32 

Durant, Ghislani, M. D. Hygiene of the voice. New and revised edition. 

New York, 1879. 8 ° 6 53-" 

Prize essay on pulmonary consumption. Indianapolis, 1878. 8° . • 653.32 

Duras, Madame de. See Durfort-Duras. 

Durer, Albrecht. See Duerer. 

Durfee, Charles A. Index to Harper's new monthly magazine. Vol. 1-60, 

1850-80. New York, 1881. L.8° R.L 

Durfort-Duras, Claire de Kersaint, duchesse de, French authoress, b. 1778, 

d. 1829. See Sainte-Beuve, C. A. Portraits of celebrated women. . . 7374 

Durnford, Edward. History of the Zulu war. See Colenso, Frances E. 

Durnton abbey. A novel. Trollope, T. A 9^9-S 1 

Dust and disease. [An essay.] Tyndall, J 4'7-6 

Du Terrail, Pierre, chevalier Bayard, French warrior, b. 1476, d. 1524. 

Hewlett, H. G. Heroes of Europe, i860 147.10 

Walford, E. " Spotless and fearless." Story of Bayard. 1875. . . 738.3 
Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 1880. 711-29 



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Duty : with illustrations of courage. Smiles, S 1718.26 

Duval, Edgar Raoul, French politician, b. 1832. See King, E. French 

political leaders 737*6 

Duvenbcx, Frank, American artist. See Sheldon, G. W. American painters. 617.22 
Duvet, Jean, called Drouot, French engraver, b. 1485, d. 1 560 ? See Pattison, 

E. F. The renaissance of art in France. v. 2 of 614.14 

Duxbury, Mass. Winsor, J. History of Duxbury, with genealogical regis- 
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Duyckinck, Evert A. and George L. Cyclopaedia of American literature. 

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Dwellers, The, in Five-sisters court. Scudder, H. E 977-14 

D wicht, Benjamin W. Modern philology. [Maps.] N.Y., 1877. 2 v. 8° 11 12.39 
D wight, John S. Music in Boston. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history 

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Dwight, Timothy, American divine, b. 1752, d. 18 17. Sprague, W. B. Life 

of Timothy Dwight v. 4 of 763.5 

Note. See a notice of Dwight and his writings in Griswold's Prose writers. 

Dyce, William, Scotch painter, b. 1806, d. 1864. Sec Keddie, H. Modern 

painters and their paintings. 1878 714.10 

Dyeing and bleaching. Bevan, G. P. The" industrial classes. 1877. v. 2 of 673.4 
Crookes, W. Practical handbook of dyeing and calico printing. 1874. 675.30 
Simmonds, P. L. Science and commerce : statistical lectures. 1872.. 671.3 

Sims, T. Dyeing and bleaching. 1877 v. 6 of 673.5 

Slater, J. W. Manual of colours and dye wares. 1870 675.13 

Note. See Wagner's Chemical technology, pp. 568-609. 

Dyer, Sir James, lord chief justice of England, b. 1511, d. 1582. See Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices v. 1 of 715.9 

Dyer, John, English poet, b. 1700, d. 1758. See Johnson, S. Lives of the 

English poets v. 1 of 1122.17; v. 3 of 714.37 

Dyer, T. F. Thiselton. Domestic folk-lore. London, [188 1.] 18 . . . 1664.3 
Dyer, Thomas Henry, English historian, b. 1804. Ancient Athens. [With 

illustrations and maps.] London, 1873. L.8° 819.35 

History of the city of Rome. [b. c 753-A. D. 1500.] With a map. New 

York, 1877. 8° 819.15 

Modern Europe. 1453-187 1. [Second edition, revised and continued.] 

London, 1877. 5 v. 8° 849.9 

Pompeii : its history, buildings, and antiquities. With a description of 
the recent excavations. New edition, revised and enlarged. Lon- 
don, 1875. I2 ° 315.2 

Dynamics. See Statics and dynamics. 

Dynkvor terrace. [A novel.] Yonge, Charlotte M 933.20 

Dysart, Samuel. Live-stock. See United States. Department of state. 

Paris exposition reports, 1878 v. 5 of 1555.12 



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E 

Eads, James B., American engineer, b. 1820. See McCabe, J. D. Great 

fortunes, and how they were made 762^1 

Eagle's nest, The. Ruskin, J 611.21 

Eames, Lemuel C. History of Wilmington, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ea\ His- 
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Ear. Burnett, C. H. Hearing, and how to keep it 1879. 641.13 

Field, G. P. Diseases of the ear. 1879. 653.18 

Rood, O. N. Mysteries of the voice and ear. [A lecture.] . . . ▼. 2 of 416^6 
See mlto Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Senses. 

Earl, The, of Essex : a tragedy. Jones, H v. 2 of 18594 

Earl, The, of Warwick : a tragedy. Franklin, T. v. 2 of 1859.9 

Early Christian literature primers. See Fisher, G. P., ed. 

Early dawn, The. Charles, Elizabeth R. 937.21 

Early rising. Mathews, W. Homilies on early rising '937-35 

Early spring in Massachusetts. Thoreau, H. D 193&3 1 

Earnest trifler, An. [A novel.] Sprague, Mary A 964*15 

Earth. Figuier, G. L. Earth and sea. 187a 428.19 

Guyot, A. H. The earth and man. 185 1 427*18 

Mangin, A. The earth and its treasures. 1875. 675.11 

Marsh, G. P. The earth as modified by human action. 1877. . . . 427.26 

Reclus, E. The earth. 1879 4 38 - 1 * 

Schouw, J. F. Earth, plants, and man. 1852 427.10 

See also Creation, Geography, Geology, Physical geography, Physics. 

Earthly paradise, The. A poem. Morris, W 1826127 

Earthquakes. Hartwig, G. The subterranean world. 187 1 428.7 

Herschel, Sir J, F. W. Familiar lectures on scientific subjects. 1872. 4164 

Humboldt, F. H. A. von. Cosmos. 1876. v. 5 of 4 27. 11 

Proctor, R. A. Earthquakes. [An essay.] 417.4 

The earthquake in Peru ; Usefulness of earthquakes. [Essays.] . 416.14 

Scheie de Vere, M. Wonders of the deep. 1879 44 2 -'6 

E ass ie, P. B. Wood and its uses. With illustrations. Gloucester, 1874. 8° 678.20 
Eassie, William. Healthy houses. A handbook of drainage, ventilation, 

warming, etc Illustrations. New York, 1879. I2 ° 642.13 

Sanitary arrangements for dwellings. [Illustrated.] Lond., 1874. 12 642.14 

East, The. Alger, W. R., ed. The poetry of the Orient. 1874. .... 1813.17 

Andersen, H. C. Pictures of travel in the Orient. [1840-41.] . . . 222.12 

Church, A. J. Stories of the East from Herodotus. 188 1 18544 

Curzon, R. Monasteries of the East. [1833-54.] 238.19 

Dicey, E. The morning land. 187a 238.12 

Keary, A. The nations around, [b. c. 2000 ^-536.] 814.$ 

Kinglake, A. W. Eothen ; or, traces of travel brought from the East. 2J&2J 

Kitto, J. Scripture lands. [1850.] 23S.11 

Lenormant, F., and Chevallier, E. Ancient history of the East [to 

B.C. 500] 811.35 

Martineau, H. Eastern life, present and past. [1846-47.] 238.14 

Newton, C. T. Travels and discoveries in the Levant, 1852-59. 1865. 23942 



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Rawlinson, G. Five great monarchies of the ancient eastern world. . 812.15 

Smith, P. The ancient history of the East [to B.C. 332] 811.46 

Taylor, B. Lands of the Saracen. 1879. 238.29 

Van Lennep, H. J. Bible lands. 1875 239.22 

Warburton, E. B. G. The crescent and the cross. [1844.] .... 238.3 

Warner, C. D. In the Levant. 1879. 238.26 

See also Arabia, Asia Minor, Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, Greece, Missions, 
Palestine, Persia, Syria, Turkey. 

East and west poems. Harte, F. B 1837.24 

East Indian archipelago. See Malay archipelago. 

East Lynne. [A novel.] Wood, Ellen P 949-19 

Easter-day. [A poem.] Browning, R 1825.30 

Easter trip of two ochlophobists. [Tales from Blackwood.] . . . v. 9 of 91 1.2 

Eastern archipelago, The. See Malay archipelago. 

Eastern church. See Church history. 

Eastern question. Blochwitz, J. Brief history of Turkey. [1 288-1876.] . 861.3 

Bugbee, J. M. The eastern question. [1 768-1877.] 861.4 

Butterworth, H. Zigzag journeys in the Orient. 1881 126.42 

Forbes, A. The Russians, Turks, and Bulgarians : an essay. . v. 1 of 1918.33 
Froude, J. A. The eastern question. [An essay.] . . . . v. 2 of 191 5. 16 
Gladstone, W. E. The Hellenic factor in the eastern problem, v. 4 of 1916.4 

Greene, F. V. Sketches of army life in Russia [1877-78] 853.12 

Smith, G. The slaveowner and the Turk : an essay v. 1 of 1918.33 

Towle, G. M. Brief history of Montenegro. 1877 861.6 

Modern Greece [historical and descriptive]. 1877 861.5 

St* also Greece, Turkey, Russia. 

Eastern seas, The : voyage of H. M. S. M Dwarf. n Bax, B. W 313.9 

Eastern sketches. Harte, F. B v. 3 of 1 132.15 

Eastham, Mass. Freeman, F. Annals of Eastham. [1640-1862.] v. 2 of 877.33 
Eastlake, Charles Lock, English architect. Hints on household taste. 
Edited by C. C. Perkins. Fifth American edition. [Illustrated.] 

Boston, 1877. 8° 628.41 

A history of the Gothic revival. [Illustrated.] London, 1872. 4 . 627.23 
Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock, English painter, b. 1793, d - 1 ^S- Contribu- 
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a memoir by lady Eastlake.] London, 187a 2 v. 8° 613.23 

Eastlake, Elizabeth, lady, formerly Miss Rigby % o. 18 16. History of our 
Lord as exemplified in works of art See Jameson, Anna M. 
Letters from the shores of the Baltic. London, 1849. 12 .... 232.13 
Memoir of Sir Charles Lock Eastlake. See Eastlake, Sir C. L. v. 2 of 613.23 
Easton, Mass. Exercises held at the dedication of the soldiers' monument, 

Memorial day, 1882. With appendix. Easton, 1882. 8° R. L. 

Eastward Ho t or, adventures at Rangeley lakes. Farrar, C. A. J. . . . 124.35 

Eating and drinking. Beard, G. M 641.43 

Eaton, Charlotte A. Rome in the nineteenth century. Fifth edition. With 

illustrations. London, i860. 2 v. 12 235.4 

Eaton, Chester W. History of Wakefield, Mass. [Drake, S. A., ed. His- 
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Eaton, Daniel Cady. The ferns of North America. Colored figures and 
descriptions. Drawings by J. H. Emerton and C. E. Faxon. 

Salem, 1879-80. 2 v. 4 *62Q.27 

Ferns of the southern United States. See Chapman, A. W. 
Eaton, Dorman B. Civil service in Great Britain. New York, 1880. 8° 1737.27 
The "spoils" system and civil service reform in New York. New 

York, 1881. 12 ... 1754-9 

Eaton, William, American general, b. 1764, d. 181 1. Felton, C. C. life 

of William Eaton v. 9 of 762.5 

Eaton, Wyatt, American painter ; b. 1849. $'* Sheldon, G. W. American 

painters. . 617-21 

Ebers, Georg Moritz. Egypt: descriptive, historical, and picturesque. 
From the German by Clara Bell. With introduction and notes by 
S. Birch. [Illustrated.] London, [1878-79.] 2 v. F° . . . . %&$ 
An Egyptian princess. From the German by Eleanor Grove. Leipzig, 

1870. 2 v. in 1. 16 953.5 

The emperor: a romance. From the German by Clara Bell. New 

York, 1881. 2 v. 16 953.3 

A question : the idyl of a picture by Alma Tadema. From the German 

by Mary J. Safford. New York, 1881. 16 9534 

The sisters. A romance. From the German by Clara Bell. New 

York, 1881. 16 953.7 

Uarda. A romance of ancient Egypt. From the German by Clara Bell. 

New York, 1880. 2 v. in 1. 16 953.6 

Eberty, Felix. The stars and the earth. Boston, i860. 16 1613.1 

Ecce deus : life and doctrine of Jesus Christ Parker, J 1625.7 

Ecce homo : life and work of Jesus Christ. Seeley, J. R. 1625.6 

Ecce Spiritus. The spiritual principle of Jesus as the law of life. Hay- 
ward, E. F 1625.27 

Ecclesiastes. See Bible. 
Ecclesiastical art. See Art. 

Ecclesiastical biography. See Stephen, Sir J. Essays 1918^3 

Ecclesiastical history. See Church history. 

Ecclesiazus/E, The : a comedy. Aristophanes ▼. 2 of 18569 

Echoes of the Foot-hills. Harte, F. B 1837.29 

Eckfeldt, Jacob R., and Du Bois, William E. A manual of gold and 

silver coins of all nations. Engravings. Philadelphia, 1842. 4 . . 629.25 
Eckhardt, Julius. Russia before and after the war. Translated from the 

German by E. F. Taylor. London, 1880. 8° 853J9 

Eclipses. Tyndall, J. Voyage to Algeria to observe the eclipse, 187a . 417-6 
United States. Naval observatory. Reports on the total solar eclipses 

of July 29, 1878, and January 11, 1880 I5*M9 

Note. See Chambers's Descriptive astronomy, pp. 171-934, and Rambosson's 
Astronomy, chap. 9. 

Eddas. See Scandinavia. Literature, 

Ede, George. Management of steel. &fCampin, F. Mechanical engineering. 67633 

Edelweiss. A story. Auerbach, B 979,5 

Eden, Charles H. China, historical and descriptive. With an appendix 

on Corea. Illustrations. London, 1880. 12 3124 

Frozen Asia: sketch of modern Siberia. [With map.] Lond., [1879.] l2 ° 2 4 2,2 



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Eden, Charles H., continued. 

India, historical and descriptive. With an account of the Sepoy mutiny, 

'857-58. Illustrations. London, 1876. 12 245.1 

Japan, historical and descriptive. Illustrations. London, 1877. 12°. 31 1.2 
The West Indies. [Illustrated.] London, 1880. 16 . [Foreign coun- 
tries and British colonies.] 345< 2 

Edes, Henry H. Charles town in the colonial, and in the provincial period. 

[Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] . . . . v. 1-2 of 878.20 
Charlestown in the last hundred years. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial 

history of Boston.] v. 3 of 878.20 

Edgar, John G. The boyhood of great men. With illustrations. New 

York, N. D. 16 147.7 

Content*. Sir Walter Scott; Alexander Pope; Edward Gibbon; Sir James 
Mackintosh; Dr. Samuel Johnson; Francis Jeffrey; George Canning; 
Daniel Webster; Lord Mansfield; Lord Eldon; William Wilberforce; 
Sir Thomas F. Buxton; Galileo Galilei; lames Ferguson; Sir Isaac 
Newton; Pierre Gassendi; Benjamin Franklin; Blaise Pascal; Jean le 
Rood d'Alembert; Henry Cavendish; Sir Humphry Davy; Lord St. 
Vincent; Horatio Nelson ; Duke of Marlborough ; Napoleon Bonaparte; 
Georg Friedrich Handel; Johann Mozart: Sir Thomas Lawrence; Sir 
David Wilkie; Antonio Canova; Albert Thorvaldsen; Sir William Jones; 
Dr. Thomas Arnold ; Bishop Ken; Dr Samuel Parr; Thomas Chalmers; 
John Hunter; Sir Asdey Cooper: Sir Joseph Banks; John J. Audubon. 

The crusades and the crusaders. With illustrations. Lond., n. d. i6° 147.6 
Footprints of famous men. With illustrations. New York, 1878. 1 6° 147.8 

Content*. George Washington; Edmund Burke; Jacques Necker; William 
Eitt: Lord Erskine; Lord CoUingwood ; Lord Teignmouth; Dean Mtlner; 
David Hume; Robert Southey; Thomas Moore; Sir Joshua Reynolds; 
Sir Francis Chan trey; Sir Christopher Wren; Dr. William Hunter; 
Joseph Black; James Brindley; James Watt; Adam Smith. 

History for boys : annals of modern Europe. [Illustrated.] Lond., n.d. i6° 127.7 

Sea-kings and naval heroes. Illustrated. New York, 1878. 16 . • 147.9 

Contents. Rollo the Norman; Hasting; Sweyn, king of Denmark; Harold 
Hardrada, king of Norway; Sir Robert Morley; Earl of Pembroke; 
Duke of Bedford; Sir Andrew Wood; Sir Francis Drake; Sir Walter 
. Raleigh; Earl of Cumberland; Admiral Blake; Prince Rupert; Sir 
Cloudesley Shovel; Admiral Benbow; Lord Rodney; Earl Howe; Earl 
St. Vincent; Lord Duncan; Lord Nelson; Lord Comngwood. 

The wars of the roses. With illustrations. New York, n.d. i6°. . 127.6 
Edgar Huntly; or, memoirs of a sleep-walker. Brown, C. B. . . v. 4 of 971.21 

Edgar Wayne's escape. [A tale.] Allardyce, A v. 7 of 91 1.2 

Edgkwoeth, Maria, English novelist, b. iffy, d. 1849. Harry and Lucy [and 

other stories]. London, N. D. 16 131.6 

Murad the unlucky. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] . . . v. 6 of 968.29 
The parent's assistant ; or, stories for children. New edition, with illus- 
trations. Boston, 1879. *6° 131-21 

Tales and novels. With engravings. London, 1874. 10 v. 16 . . 9417 

Content*. 

VoL L Moral tales: Forester; The Prussian vase; The good aunt; 
Angelina ; The good French governess ; Mademoiselle Pa- 
nache; The knapsack. 
II. Popular tales: Lame Jervas; The will; The Limerick gloves; 
Out of debt out of danger: The lottery; Rosanna; Murad the 
unlucky; The manufacturers; The contrast; The grateful 
negro; To-morrow.. 

III. Belinda. 

IV. Castle Rackrent; Essay on Irish bulls; Essay on the science of 

self-justification; Tales of fashionable life: Ennui; The dun. 
V. Tales of fashionable life: Manoeuvring; Almeria; Vivian. 
VI. Tales of fashionable life: The absentee; Madame de Fleury; 
Emilie de Coulanges; The modern Grisclda. 
VII.-VII1. Patronage; Comic dramas; Leonora; Letters. 
IX. Harrington; Thoughts on bores; Ormond. 
Jw. Helen. 



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Edgeworth, Maria, continued. 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 719.24 

Hayward, A. Maria Edgeworth : her life and writings. . . . v. 1 of 1918.19 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Novels and novelists. 1858. v. 2 of 1926125 

Jeffrey, F., lord. Contributions to the Edinburgh review. 1875. . . 1919.41 
Not*. See Olipham's Literary history, vol. 3, and AlUbone's Dictionary, vol. 1. 

Edgren, August H. German and English dictionary. See Whitney, W. D. 
Edinburgh. Miller, H. Edinburgh and its neighbourhood. 1857. . . 42&13 

Scott, Sir W. Provincial antiquities of Scotland. v. 7 of 1 123.7 

Edison, Thomas A. Telephonic inventions. See Prescott, G. B. The 

speaking telephone 674.32 

Education. General works, essays, and reports. . 

Adams, C. F., jr. The new departure in the common schools of Quincy, 

and other papers. 1881 1763-39 

Arnold, M. Porro unum est necessarium. [Essay on the education of 

the middle classes.] . .* 1915.20 

Bain, A. Education as a science. 1879 5 20 ^ 2 5 

Bartol, C. A. Principles and portraits. 1880. 1 937- 12 

Bigelow, J. On the limits of education, and on classical studies. 187a 663.19 
Brackett, A. C, ed. The education of American girls. 1874. . . . 1763.19 
Brougham, H., lord. The education of the people, v. 1 of 1 128.10 ; ▼. 8 of 1 127.5 

Brown, J. Education through the senses. v. 1 of 1914.17 

Burton, W. The district school as it was. 1852. 1763.22 

Bushnell, H. The new education ; Common schools. [Lectures.] v. 3 of 1937.31 

Chamberlain, J. L. Report on education v. 2 of 1555.1a 

Chambers's papers for the people. The education movement, v. 3 of 1232.15 

Education of the citizen v. 1 of 1232.15 

Channing, W. E. Remarks on education v. 1 of 113 1.27; 1 131.35 

Clarke, E. H. The building of a brain. 1874. 661.5 

Sex in education. 1874. 661.6 

Clark, W. G. General education and classical studies. . . . v. 1 of 1917.23 
Dall, C. W. H. The college, the market, and the court. 1867. . . . 1758.38 
Dillaway, C. K. Education, past and present, in Boston. . . . v. 4 of 878.20 
Duffey, Mrs. E. B. .No sex in education. A review. [1874.] • • • ^ l -7 

Education : an international magazine. Vol. 1-2, 1881-82 1421.1 

Eggleston, G. C. How to educate yourself. 1879. 1762.8 

Emerson, G. B. Education in Massachusetts ; early legislation and his- 
tory. [A lecture.] 876.25 

Everett, E. Orations and speeches on various occasions. . v. 1-3 of 1 137.28 
Fawcett, M. G. Free education ; The education of girls and women. 1916.32 
F^nelon, F. de S. de La Mothe. The education of a daughter. [1847.] 1763.3 
Freese, J. R. School-houses and means of promoting education, v. 5 of 1555-7 

Froude, J. A. Short studies on great subjects. v. 2 of 191 5. 16 

Garfield, J. A. Speeches and addresses on education and educators. . 1762.19 

Grote, J. Old studies and new. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1917.23 

Hazen, W. B. The school and the army in Germany and France. 1872. 839.12 

Helps, Sir A. Friends in council v. 1 of 191 5.7 

Higginson, T. W. The murder of the innocents. [An essay.] . . • 1938J} 

Hill, T. The true order of studies. 1876. 1763.17 

Hoyt, J. W. Report on education v. 6 of 1555.7 



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Huxley, T. H. A liberal education ; Scientific education. [Addresses.] 1916.23 

Technical education. [An address.] 1916.17 

Kay, J. Social condition and education of the people in England. 1864. 1737.18 

Kiddle, H., and Schem, A. J., eds. Cyclopaedia of education. 1877. . R. Li 

Kingsley, C. Health and education. [Lectures and essays.] .... 1917.10 

Legare*, H. S. Classical learning. [An essay.] v. 2 of 1 136.6 

Lincoln, D. F. School and industrial hygiene. 1880. 641.24 

Mann, H. Annual reports on education [1839-48]. 1868 1763.32 

Lectures, and annual reports, on education [1838-40]. 1867. . . 1763.31 

Martineau, H. Household education. 1877 1763.4 

Massachusetts. Board 0/ education. Annual report, 1865-81. . . . 1567.3 

Mathews, W. Hot-house education. [An essay.] 1937-36 

Maurice, F. D. Learning and working : six lectures. 1855 1919.20 

Milton, J. On education v. 3 of 1121.9 

Northop, B. G. Education abroad, and other papers. 1873 * 763.43 

Orton, J., ed. The liberal education of women. 1873 I 75^- 2 5 

Payne, J. The science and art of education. [A lecture.] 1763.13 

Phillips, W. The scholar in a republic 188 1 1762.38 

Quincy, J. P. Coercion in the later stages of education. [An essay.] . 1747.5 

Richter, J. P. F. Levana; or, the doctrine of education. 1876. . . . 1763.18 

Rousseau, J. J. Emilius ; or, a treatise of education. 1768 95**4 

Ruskin, J. Sesame and lilies : two lectures. 1880. 1762.24 

Schopenhauer, A. Education. [An essay.] 1929.24 

Smith, S. Professional education ; Female education ; Public schools. 1914.21 

Spencer, H. Education : intellectual, moral, and physical. 1862. . . 1763.28 

Stetson, C. B. Technical education. 1874 '763.9 

Story, J. Influence of scientific studies. [A lecture.] 1 136. 17 

Taylor, S. H.,ed. Classical study. 1870. 1763.26 

Todhunter, I. The conflict of studies, and other essays. 1873. • • • K 7^3*35 

United States. Bureau of education. Report of commissioner, 1877-79. 1 537*5 

Whitney, W. D. Language and education. [An essay.] . . v. 1 of 1 112.22 

See alto Books and reading, Colleges and universities, Culture, Literature, 
Physical education, Schools, Teaching and teachers. 

Education: an international magazine. Vol. 1-2, 1881-82. [With por- 
traits.] Boston, 1881-82. 2 v. 8° 1421.1 

Edward, the confessor, Anglo-Saxon king, b. 1004, d. 1066. Freeman, E. A. 

Reign of Edward the confessor ▼. 2 of 823.17 

Edward i, king of England, b. 1239, d. 1307. Knight, C. Half hours of 

English history. 1869. 825.19 

Stubbs, W. The early Plantagenets. 1876. 861.19 

Edward h, king of England, b. 1284, d. 1327. Knight, C. Half hours of 

English history. 1869. 825.19 

Stubbs, W. The early Plantagenets. 1876. 861.19 

Edward hi, king of England, b. 131 2, d. 1377. Freeman, E. A. Reign of 

Edward in. [An essay.] v. 1 of 1917.26 

Knight, C. Half hours of English history. 1869. 825.19 

Warburton, W. Edward in. [1327-1377.] 861.20 

Edward rv, king of England, b. 1441, d. 1483. See Gairdner, J. The houses 

of Lancaster and York. • 861.21 



274 CATALOGUE OF THE 

EDWARD y, king of England, b. 1470, d. 1483. Gairdner, J. The houses of 

Lancaster and York. 1875 S6lJI 

Strickland, A. Lives of the bachelor kings of England. 1861. . . . 717-8 
Edward vi, king of England, 4. 1537, d. 1553. Journal of [his] reign. 

Written with his own hand. See Burnet, G v. 2 of 1659.7 

Burnet, G., bishop 0/ Salisbury. History of the reformation. • . v. 2 of 1659.7 

Froude, J. A. History of England x .v. 5 of 826.15 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. • v. 1 of 718.9 
Strickland, A. Lives of the bachelor kings of England. 1861. . . . 717-8 

Note. For a further history of the reigns of Edward i-vi, see the general 
histories of England by Hume, Knight, Lingard, and Green, and Strick- 
land's Queens of England, vol. i*». 

Edward, prince of Wales, "the black prince? son of Edward in, b. 1330, 

d. 1376. Creighton, L. Life of Edward the black prince. 1877. . . 721.6 

Edward, Thomas, Scotch naturalist, b. 1814. Chambers, W. Stories of 

remarkable persons. 1878 711.16 

Smiles, S. Life of a Scotch naturalist 1877 735.13 

Edward and Mary : a tale. Dana, R. H 1131.9 

Edwardes, Annie. Archie Lovell. Leipzig, 1867. 2 v. in 1. 16 . . . 948.9 

A blue-stocking. Leipzig, 1877. 16 948.10 

Jet: her face or her fortune. Leipzig, 1878. 16 94S.11 

The ordeal for wives. New York, 1872. 12 949*^8 

Ought we to visit her ? Leipzig, 1872. 2 v. in 1. 16 948.12 

Steven Lawrence, yeoman. Leipzig, 1869. 2 v. in 1. 16 948.13 

A vagabond heroine. Leipzig, 1873. 16 948.14 

Edwards, Amelia Blandford. Barbara's history. Leipzig, 1864. 2 v. 

in 1. 16 948.1 

Debenham's vow. Illustrated. New York, 1870. 8° 949-39 

The four-fifteen express. [Johnson, E. R., ed. Little classics.] v. 4 of 968^9 

Half a million of money. Leipzig; 1865. 2 v. in 1. 16 948.2 

Hand and glove. Leipzig, 1865. 16 948.3 

Lord Brackenbury. London, [1880.] 12 949*29 

Miss Carew. Leipzig, 1865. 2 v. in 1. 16 9484 

A thousand miles up the Nile. [1873-74.] Leipzig, 1878. 2v.ini. 16 322.3 

Same. With illustrations by the author [and maps]. N. Y n 1877. 4° *339-3° 
Untrodden peaks and unfrequented valleys : a midsummer ramble in 

the Dolomites. Leipzig, 1873. 16 2334 

Edwards, Bryan. History of the British colonies in the West Indies. With 

plates. London, 1807. 3 v. 8° 8594 

Edwards, Charles. Di Vasari. [Tales from Blackwood.] ... v. 7—8 of 911.1 

History and poetry of finger-rings. [With illustrations.] N. Y., 1880. 1 2 622.13 

Edwards, Edward. Life of Sir Walter Ralegh. With his letters, now first 

collected. [Portrait.] London, 1868. 2 v. 8° 726126 

Edwards, Henry Sutherland. Life of Rossini. [With portrait] London, 

1869. 8° 75>33 

Rossini and his school. New York, 1881. 12 [Hueffer, F n ed. The 

great musicians.] 7424 

The Russians at home and the Russians abroad. Lond., 1879. 2 v - I2 ° *377 

Edwards, Jonathan, American Calvinistic divine and author, b. 1703, d. 1758. 

Works. With additions and index. New York, 188 1. 4 v. 8° . .1136.10 



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Edwards, Jonathan. Works, continued. 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Memoirs; Farewell sermon; Inquiry concerning qualifications 
for communion; Misrepresentations corrected and truth vindi- 
cated, in reply to Rev. Solomon Williams; History of the work 
of redemption; Distinguishing marks of a work of the spirit of 
God; Miscellaneous observations on important doctrines; Ac- 
count of the life of the Rev. David Brainerd. 
II. A careful and strict inquiry into the prevailing notions of the 
freedom of the will: On the end for which God created the 
world; On the nature of true virtue; The great Christian doc- 
trine of original sin defended; Miscellaneous observations. 
III. Treatise concerning religious affections; Narrative of surprising 
conversions; Thoughts on the revival of religion in New Eng- 
land; Humble attempt to promote explicit agreement; Con- 
cerning the perseverance of saints ; Reasons against Dr. Watts's 
notion of the pre-existence of Christ's human soul ; M ysteries of 
scripture; Observations upon particular passages of scripture; 
Theological questions; Six occasional sermons. 
TV. Sermons on various important subjects, i-xl. 

Miller, S. Life of Jonathan Edwards v. 8 of 762.5 

Edwards, Matilda Betham. Brother Gabriel. [A novel.] Leipzig, 1878. 

2 v. in 1. 16 948.18 

Doctor Jacob. [A novel.] Boston, 1869. 16 948.19 

Holiday letters from Athens, Cairo, and Weimar. London, 1873. I2 ° 236.19 

Holidays in eastern France. London, 1879. 8° 228.47 

Kitty. [A novel.] New York, 187a 8° 949-44 

The Sylvestres. [A novel.] Leipzig, 1872. 16 948.20 

Through Spain to the Sahara. London, 1868. 8° 227.32 

A winter with the swallows. London, 1867. 8° 321.26 

A year in western France. London, 1877. 12 . . 228.33 

Edwards, Pierrepont, and Wallack, John L. The romance of a poor young 

man. [French's Standard drama.] v. 28-29 °* I ^57-3 

Edwin and Angelina [or the hermit]. Goldsmith, O. . . 1816.5; v. 1 of 1122.22 

Edwin Brothertoft. [A novel.] Winthrop, T. . . 978.19 

Edwin Drood, The mystery of. Dickens, C. J. H v. 28 of 919. 1 

Eelking, Max von. Memoirs, and letters and journals of major general 
Riedesel. From the German, by W. L. Stone. [With portrait and 

illustrations.] Albany, 1868. 2 v. in 1. 8° 756.23 

Effingham, Lord. See Howard, Charles. 

Egrrton, Thomas, viscount Brcukley % lord Ellesmere, b. 1 540, d.1617. Camp- 
bell, J., lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 2 of 715.10 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 3 of 718.9 
Eggleston, Edward. The Hoosier schoolmaster. A novel. With illustra- 
tions. New York, n. d. 12 97 5- 20 

Roxy. A novel. [Illustrated.] New York, [1878.] 12 ..... 975.21 
Eggleston, Edward, Seelye, Lillie E., and Eggleston, George C. Famous 
American Indians. Brant and Red Jacket [Illustrated.] New 

York, 1879. 12 772.15 

Montezuma and the conquest of Mexico. [Illustrated.] N.Y., 1880. 12 772.16 
Pocahontas : including the adventures of Capt. John Smith. New York, 

[1879.] I2 ° 77 2 « I 7 

Red Eagle and the wars with the Creek Indians. [Illustrated.] New 

York, [1878.] 12 772.19 

Tecumseh and the Shawnee prophet. [Illustrated.] N.Y., [1878.] 12 772.18 

Eggleston, George Cary. How to educate yourself. N. Y., 1879. I ^° • 1762.8 

How to make a living. New York, 1879. I2 ° 674.5 

Red Eagle. See Eggleston, E. Famous American Indians. 



276 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Eglantine. A novel. Tabor, Eliza. 939-46 

Egleston, Nathaniel H. Villages and village life. New York, 1878. 12 . 642.17 
Egmont, Lamoral, count, statesman and soldier, b. 1522, d. 1568. Schiller, 

J. C. F. von. The revolt of the Netherlands. . . . v. 1-2 of 11384 
Trial and execution of Egmont and Horn. [1568.] . . . . v. 2 of 11384 
Not*. See Motley's Dutch republic, vol. x-a, and Prescott's Philip 11, voL 9. 

Egmont: a tragedy. Goethe, J. W. von 1 863.11 

Egypt. History, antiquities, and religion, 

Brugsch, H. K. t called Brugsch-Bey. History of Egypt under the Pha- 
raohs, [b. c. 4400 ?-332.] 1881 815.19 

Clement, C. E. Egypt, [b. c. 4400- a. d. 1879.] x &8a 815.5 

Deutsch, E. O. M. Egypt, ancient and modern. [An essay.] .... 113&25 

Dodds, J. Religion of ancient Egypt. [A lecture.] 1666.10 

Goodwin, C. W. Hieratic papyri. [An essay.] v. 4 of I9i7* 2 3 

Heeren, A. H. L. Politics and trade of the African nations. . . v. 4 of 813.16 

Hope, T. Costume of the ancients. 1875. *6i7-7 

Keary, A. and E. Early Egyptian history for the young, [b. c. 2580- 

525] "7-" 

Plutarch us. Of the ancient religion and philosophy of Egypt, v. 4 of 1717*15 

Rawlinson, G. History of ancient Egypt [to B. c. 527]. 1881. . . • 815.20 

Renouf, P. Le P. The religion of ancient Egypt 1880 1668.13 

Sharpe, S. History of Egypt, from the earliest times till A. D. 640. . • 815.7 

Smyth, C. P. Our inheritance in the great pyramid. 1880. .... 434.16 
Stuart, V. Nile gleanings concerning the ethnology, history, and art of 

ancient Egypt. 1879. 81528 

Tugnot de Lanoye, F. Rameses the great ; or, Egypt 3300 years ago. 

i87S- 5*4-* 

Wilkinson, Sir J. G. The Egyptians in the time of the Pharaohs. [Also] 

An introduction to Egyptian hieroglyphs, by S. Birch. 1857. . 81 51 5 

Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians, [b. c. 1740-336.] 81524 

Popular account of the ancient Egyptians [to B. c. 336] 81 510 

Winckelmann, J. J. History of ancient art v. 1-2 of 6x4.10 

Note. See further historical accounts in Herodotus, vol. 9, Philip Smith's 
Ancient history, vol x, Baldwin's Pre-historic nations, Smith's Bible dic- 
tionary, vol. x, and Poole's Egypt in the Encyclopaedia Britannica. vol. 7. 

References to Egyptian art may be found m Luebke's Outlines of 
art, vol. x, Westropp*s Archaeology. Westmacott's Schools of sculpture. 
Luebke's History of sculpture, vol. 1, Jacquemart's fVf f«k art, and 
Prime's Pottery and porcelain. 

For the religion of Egypt, besides the works already noticed, see 
Clarke's Ten great religions, Mrs. Child's Progress of religious ideas, and 
refe ren ce s under Mythology. 

In fiction see Gautier's Romance of a mummy, Ebers's Egyptian prin- 
cess and The sisters. Kingsley's Hypatxa, Moore's Epicurean, and Pal- 
grave's Hermann Agna. 

Travels and description, 

Adams, W. H. D. The land of the Nile. 187 1 322JI 

Baedeker, K. Lower Egypt, with the Fayum and Sinai. 1878. ... R. I- 

Bartlett, W. H. The Nile boat. 1845 323-33 

Dicey, E. The future of Egypt : an essay v. 1 of 1918.33 

Ebers, G. M. Egypt : descriptive, historical, and picturesque. [187&- 

79-1 **9>S 

Gladstone, W. E. Aggression on Egypt and freedom in the East v. 4 of 1916-4 



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Egypt. Travels and description, continued. 

Gordon, L., lady Duff. Last letters from Egypt [1865-69.] .... 323.6 

Letters from Egypt. 1863-65 323.14 

Hamley, W. G. A new sea and an old land. 1869. 323.24 

Lane, E. W. Manners and customs of the modern Egyptians. 1833-35. 815.13 

Leland, C. G. The Egyptian sketch book. 1874. 3 2 3*8 

Lepsius, K. R. Letters from Egypt. 1852 3 2 3-4 

Loftie, W. J. A ride in Egypt. 1879 322.20 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1878 181 1. 1 

McCoan, J. C. Egypt as it is. 1877 3 2 3- 2 5 

MacGregor, J. Rob Roy on the Jordan : a canoe cruise in Palestine 

and Egypt. [1868-69.] 238.39 

Poole, S. L. Egypt. 1881 322.5 

Prime, W. C. Boat life in Egypt and Nubia. [1855-56.] 322.25 

Smythe, E. A. B., viscountess Strangford. Egyptian sepulchres and 

Syrian shrines. [1859-60.] 323.11 

Stephens, J. L. Incidents of travel in Egypt [1835-36.] 238.21 

Notes of travel in Egypt and Nubia. [1835-36. J 323.2 

Stoddard, C. W. Mashallahl A flight into Egypt. [1876.] 1 88 1. . 322.4 

Taylor, B. Egypt in 1874 322.22 

See also Africa, Alexandria, Cairo, East, Nik, Pyramids, Sues canal, Voyages 
and travels. 

Egyptian princess, An. Ebers, Georg M 953*5 

Eichberg, Julius. Complete method for the violin. Revised edition. Boston, 

1879- 4° 659.2 

Eichhofs, The : a romance. Reichenbach, M. von 952.10 

Eight cousins ; or, the aunt-hill. Alcott, Louisa M 135.5 

Ekkbhard: a tale of the tenth century. Scheffel, J. V. von 954* 1 

Elam, Charles, M. D. A physician's problems. Boston, 1869. I2 ° • * • 651.5 
Elcho, Baron. See Charteris, Francis Wemyss. 

Elder brother, The : a comedy. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. . v. 1 of 1868.20 

Elder's wife, The : sequel to Draxy Miller's dowry. Holm, Saxe. . . . 966.10 
Elderhorst, William. Manual of qualitative blow-pipe analysis, and deter- 
minative mineralogy. Sixth edition, revised and enlarged. Philadelphia, 

N.D. 12 424-13 

Elderkin, John. The turf and trotting horse of America. See Walsh, J. 

H. The horse 668.21 

Eldon, Earl of. See Scott, John. 

Eldorado : voyage to California. Taylor, B 334*3 2 

Eleanor, of Austria, queen of Francis I, b. 1498, d. 1558. See Bush, A. F. 

Memoirs of the queens of France. v. 1 of 737.27 

Eleanor, or Eleanora, of Aquitaine, queen of Henry 11, b. 1122, d. 1204. Sec 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 1 of 717.5 

Eleanor, or Eleanora, of Castile, 1st queen of Edward I, b. 1243, d. 1290. 

See Strickland, A. lives of the queens of England v. 1 of 717.5 

Eleanor, or Eleanora, of Provence, queen of Henry Hi, d. 1291. Campbell, 

J., lord. Lives of the chancellors v. 1 of 715.10 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 1 of 717.5 

Eleanor Maitland. A novel. Clement, Clara E. 964.21 

Eleanor's victory. [A novel.] Maxwell, Mary E 949-12 



278 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Elective affinities. [A novel.] Goethe, J. W. von 953-1& 

Electoral reform. See Quincy, J. P. The protection of majorities. . • . 1747.5 

Electra : a tragedy. Euripides v. 2 of 1856.13 

Electra: a tragedy. Sophocles. 185&6 

Electric light. See Lighting. 
Electric telegraph. See Telegraph. 

Electricity. Baile, J. Wonders of electricity. 1872. 525^ 

Franklin, B. Letters and papers on electricity v. 5 of 1134*5 

Ferguson, R. M. Electricity. 187 1 4234 

Guthrie, F. Magnetism and electricity. [1875.] 4234 

Noad, H. M., and Preece, W. H. Student's text-book of electricity. 1879. 423.22 
Prescott, G. B. Electricity and the electric telegraph. 1879. .... 674.31 

Spencer, H. What is electricity ? [An essay.] 1916.19 

Tyndall, J. Lessons in electricity, 1875-76. f 880. 423.28 

Note. See chapters in Ganot*s Physics and Deschanel's Natural philosophy. 

Electro-metallurgy. Aitken, W. C. Guns, locks, electroplate, etc. v. 3 of 673.5 

Bakewell, F. C. Great facts 671.15 

Napier, J. Manual of electro-metallurgy. 1876. 675.15 

Elena. An Italian tale. Comyn, L. N • 936.7 

Elfrida : a tragedy. Mason, W v. 2 of 1859.9 

El Fureidis. [A novel.] Cummins, Maria S. . • . 962.12 

Elgin, Earl of. See Bruce, James. 
Elia, Essays of. See Lamb, Charles. 

Eliane. [A novel.] Craven, Pauline 955.1 

Eligius, or Eloi, St., bishop of Noyon, d. 659. See Maclear, G. F. Apostles 

of mediaeval Europe 759- 20 

Elim : hymns of holy refreshment Huntington, F. D., ed. 1814.10 

Elinor Dryden's probation. [A novel.] Macquoid, K. S. ..... . 932.26 

Eliot, George, pseud. See Cross, Mary Ann. 

Eliot, John, apostle to the American Indians, b. 1604, d. 1689. Francis, C 

Life of John Eliot. ... v. 5 of 762.5 

Yonge, C. M. Pioneers and founders. [1871.] 711.31 

Note. See references to Eliot in Ellis's Red man, and Drake's Roxbury. 

Eliot, Sir John, English statesman, b. 1 590, d. 1632. See Forster, J. States- 
men of the commonwealth 716.28 

Eliot, Samuel. Early relations with the Indians. [Massachusetts historical 

society. Lectures.] 876.25 

History of the United States. 1492-1872. Boston, 1878. 12 . . . 865.5 

Eliot, William G. The doctrines of Christianity. Boston, 1881. 12 . 1648.33 

Lectures to young men. Boston, 1873. *6° 1718.16 

Lectures to young women. Boston, 1880. 16 17 18.9 

Eliott, George Augustus, lord Heathfield, English general, b. 17 17, d. 179a 

See Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain, v. 8 of 718.9 

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of Charles 1, b. 1635, d. 1650. See Jesse, J. 

H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . . . . v. 2 of 826.9 

Elizabeth, queen of England, b. 1533, d. 1603. Abbott, J. History of 

queen Elizabeth. 1876. '44-6 

Aikin, L. Memoirs of the court of Elizabeth. [1 533-1 603.] .... 826110 
Bacon, F., lord Verulam. The fortunate memory of Elizabeth, v. 11 of 1121.5 



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Elizabeth, queen of England, continued. 

Brougham, H., lord. Elizabeth's conduct to Mary, queen of Scots, v. 5 of n 27.5 

Creighton, M. The age of Elizabeth. [1 533-1603.] 861.22 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns 711.26 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. . v. 3 of 718.9 
Strickland, A. lives of the queens of England v. 3 of 717.5 

Note. A critical history of this reign will be found in Froude's England, vol. 

Si a. See also the general histories by Green, Lingard, and Knight, 
oyth's Lectures, vol. x, and the histories of the reformation. Much 
historical matter is contained in the biographies of Bacon, Raleigh, Sir 
Philip Sidnc " ~ • - — 

For 
sketch 
latt and Whipple. 

Elizabeth, of Austria, queen of Charles IX, b. 1554, d. 1592. See Bush, A. 

F. Memoirs of the queens of France v. 1 of 737.27 

Elizabeth, of York, queen of Henry VII, b. 1466, d. 1503. Lodge, E. Por- 
traits of illustrious personages of Great Britain v. 1 of 718.9 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Elizabeth Stuart, queen of Frederick V of Bohemia, b. 1596, d. 1662. Jesse, 

J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. . v. 1 of 826.9 

Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Britain. • v. 5 of 718.9 

Strickland, A. Lives of the queens of Scotland and English princesses. 

1868-78 v. 8 of 717.10 

Elizabeth Woodville, queen of Edward IV, d. 1492. See Strickland, A. 

Lives of the queens of England v. 2 of 717.5 

Elizabeth ; or, the exiles of Siberia. Cottin, Sophie R., madame. . . . 958.10 

Ella ; or, turning over a new leaf. Simonds, W 11 2.5 

Ella Rosenberg : a melodrama. Kenney, J v. 36-37 of 1857.3 

Ellen Linn. A Franconia story. Abbott, J 121. 10 

Ellenborough, Lord. See Law, Edward. 

Ellery, William, American statesman and patriot, b. 1727, d. 1820. Chan- 

ning, E. T. Life of William Ellery v. 6 of 762.5 

Ellesmbre, Lord. See Egerton, Thomas. 

Ellet, Charles, /r., American engineer, b. 18 10, d. 1862. See Stuart, C. B. 

Lives of civil and military engineers of America 764.21 

Ellet, Elizabeth F. The queens of American society. Sixth edition. [With 

portraits.] Philadelphia, N. D. 8° 764.16 

Ellicott, Andrew, American engineer, b. 1754, </. 1820. See Stuart, C. *B. 

Lives of civil and military engineers of America 764.21 

Ellicott, Charles John, bishop of Gloucester. Apocryphal gospels. [Cam- 
bridge essays, 1856.] v. 2 of 1917.23 

National portrait gallery. [Portrait and biographical sketch.] . v. 4 of 719.32 
Elliot, Charles Loring, American portrait painter, b. 181 2. See Tuckerman, 

H. T. Book of the artists 764.32 

Elliot, Frances. Romance of old court-life in France. With illustrations. 

New York, 1877. 8° 949 53 

Elliott, Ebenezer, English poet, u the corn-law rhymer," b. 1781, d. 1849. 

Carlyle, T. Corn-law rhymes. . . . . v. 9 of 1 126. 1 ; v. 3 of 191 5. 17 

Chambers's papers for the people. Ebenezer Elliott. . . • v. 1 of 1232.15 

Hall, S. C. Book of memories. 1877 ; . 719.24 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Smiles, S. Brief biographies. 1861 711*19 



280 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Elliott, F. R. Popular trees and shrubs for parks, gardens, etc. [With 

woodcuts.] New York, [1868.] 12 667.10 

Elliott, Robert B. Oration on Charles Sumner. See Massachusetts. 

Memorial 1558.17 

Elliott, William. Carolina sports. With illustrations. N.Y.,1859. 12 6374 

Ellis, George. Specimens of the early English poets. [With biographical 

notices.] London* 1801. 3 V. 12 1813*25 

Ellis, George Edward. Aims and purposes of the founders of the 
Massachusetts colony; Treatment of intruders and dissentients. 

[Massachusetts historical society. Lectures.] 876^5 

Life of Anne Hutchinson. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] v. 6 of 7^3-5 
Life of John Mason. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] . . v. 3 of 763-5 
Life of William Penn. [Sparks, J., ed, American biography.] .v. 12 of 7^>5 
The puritan commonwealth; The Indians of eastern Massachusetts. 

[Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 1 of 878.20 

The red man and the white man in North America. Boston, 1882. 8°. 862-34 
The royal governors. [Winsor, J., ed. Memorial history of Boston.] v. 2 of 878.20 

Ellis, Grace Atkinson. Memoir of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, with many of 
her letters. [Also] A selection from [her] poems and prose writings. 
[With portrait] Boston, 1874. 2 v. 12 73 XI ° 

Contents. Vol. I. Memoir and letters. II. Poems and prose writings. 
Ellis, Rev. Rufus. The church : the society which Jesus gathered. [Ameri- 
can Unitarian association. Unitarian affirmations.] 1648*3 

Sermon on the death of Abraham Lincoln. [Sermons preached in Bos- 
ton on the death of Lincoln.] i6*74 

Ellis, William. Three visits to Madagascar, 1853-56. Illustrated. Phila- 
delphia, 1867. 12° 344- 12 

Ellis, William F., and Grout, Elias. History of Ashland, Mass. [Drake, 

S. A., ed. History of Middlesex county.] 1 . . v. 1 of S7°' 2 ° 

Ellsworth, Oliver, American jurist, b, 1745, d. 1807. See Flanders, H. 

Lives and times of the chief justices v. 2 of 7^4- 2 ° 

Ellwood, Thomas, English Quaker, b. 1639, </. 1713. Life. With an essay 
by W. D. Howells. Boston, 1877. 18 . [Howells, W. D. t «/. 

Choice autobiographies.] 7 II,a 

Whittier, J. G. Old portraits and modern sketches. .... v. 1 of i*3 1,!l 
Elm island stories. See Kellogg, E. 

Elocution. Baker, G. M. Reading club and handy speaker % ^33-3 

Cox, E. W. Arts of writing, reading, and speaking. 18761 . . . . r ^^ 

Fletcher, A. B. Advanced readings and recitations. 1881 \93^ 

Frobisher, J. E. Culture of voice and action. 1880. I25.3* 4 * 10 

Goldsbury, J., and Russell, W. American common-school reader and 

speaker. [1844.] ia?33 ,, 3 

Knowles, J. S. The elocutionist. 1877 ix3^ XX 

Monroe, L. B. Public and parlor readings. Dialogues and dramas. 1875. iz.3-^* 

Prose and poetry. Humorous. 1878 \z3^ 

Prose and poetry. Miscellaneous. 1878 iz3^*^ 

Young folks' readings. 1879. 1233* 

Murray, L. English reader. 1828 I ^-^*! 

Pierpont, J. American first class book. [1835.] ia/"** - 



Porter, E. Analysis of the principles of rhetorical delivery. 1828. . i^3*** 



AMES FREE LIBRARY. 28 1 

Elocution, continued. 

Potter, H. L. D. Manual of reading, gesture, and elocution. 1879. • I2 34* f 4 

Reeves, P. Student's own speaker. 1876 1233.15 

Rush, J. Philosophy of the human voice. 1879. 1234.37 

Sargent, E. The standard speaker. 1233.37 

Seiler, E. The voice in speaking. 1875 I2 34-9 

Eloquence and oratory. Adams, J. Q. Lectures on rhetoric and oratory. 

1810. 1234.44 

Brougham, H.,lord. Eloquence of the ancients ; Pulpit eloquence, v. 7 of 11 27.5 

Choate, R. The eloquence of revolutionary periods. [A lecture.] . . 1137*11 

Cicero, M. T. On oratory and orators 1848.17 

Emerson, R. W. Eloquence. [Two essays.] v. 2 and 4 of 1 131. 13 

Hume, D. Of eloquence. [An essay.] v. 1 of 1913.28 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. On the Athenian orators. [An essay.] v. 1 of 1915*13 

Magoon, E. L. Orators of the American revolution. 1873 764.2 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879. 1233.19 

Timidity in public speaking. [An essay.] 1937.34 

Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 1233.30 

Plutarchus. Lives of the ten orators ▼. 5 of 17x7.15 

Not*. For classic oratory, see the writings of Cicero and Demosthenes. For 
specimens of British and American oratory see the speeches and orations 
of Ames, Bright, Brougham, Burke, Calhoun, Canning, Choate, Curran, 
Erslone, Ererett, Macaulay, Mackintosh, O Connell, Phillips, Sumner, 
Webster, and Winthrop. 

Elphinstone, Arthur, lord Balmerino, b. 1688, d. 1746. See Jesse, J. H. 

Memoirs of the pretenders. 826.6 

Elphinstone, Hon. Mountstuart, English historian and statesman, b. 1779, 

d. 1859. &vKaye, J. W. Lives of Indian officers v. 1 of 716.21 

Elsie Dinsmore. Finley, Martha 132*9 

Elsie Venner : a romance of destiny. Holmes, O. W 974*3 

Elsie's children : a sequel to Elsie's motherhood. Finley, Martha. . . . 132.14 
Elsie's girlhood : a sequel to Holidays at Roselands. Finley, Martha. . . 132.11 
Elsie's motherhood : a sequel to Elsie's womanhood. Finley, Martha. . . 132.13 
Elsie's womanhood : a sequel to Elsie's girlhood. Finley, Martha. . . . 132.12 
Elze, Karl, German critic and author. Lord Byron : a biography. With a 
critical essay on his place in literature. Translated, with notes. Por- 
trait. London, 1872. 8° 728.21 

Embroidery. Harrison, C. C. Woman's handiwork. 1881 628.37 

Jacquemart, A. History of furniture. 1878 628.55 

Jones, Mrs. C. S., and Williams, H. T. Ladies' fancy work. 1876. • 628.43 

Rock, D. Textile fabrics. 1876. 625.23 

Emerald studs, The. [A tale.] Aytoun, W. E v. 5-6 of 911. 1 

Emergencies, and how to treat them. Howe, J. W 663.25 

Emerson, George Barrell. Education in Massachusetts : early legislation 

and history. [Massachusetts historical society. Lectures.] . . . 876125 
Report on the trees and shrubs growing naturally in the forests of 
Massachusetts. [Colored plates by I. Sprague, and engravings.] 

Third edition. Boston, 1878. 2 v. 8° ... •* 437*56 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Pines, oaks, beech, chestnut, hazels, hornbeams, walnuts, hicko- 
ries, birches, alders, plane trees, poplars, willows. 
II. Elms, ashes, locusts, maples, lindens, magnolias, liriodendrons, 
and most of the shrubs. 



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282 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, American philosopher, essayist* and poet y b. 1803, 
d. 1882. Biographical sketch of Thoreau. See Thoreau, H. D. 

Excursions. 193&11 

Introduction to Plutarch's morals. See Plutarch us. Morals. . v. 1 of 17 17.15 
John Milton. [Rice, A. T., ed. Essays from the North American review.] 1939*39 
Works. Boston, 1879. 5 ▼• I2 ° IX 3 LI 3 

Contents. 

Vol. L Essays: History; Setf-reliance; Compensation; Spiritual laws; 
Love; Friendship; Prudence; Heroism; The over-soul; Cir- 
cles; Intellect; Art; Thepoet; Experience; Character; Man- 
ners; Gifts; Nature: Pontics; Nominalist and realist; New 
England reformers. 



n. Representative men: Uses of great men; Plato; Swedenborg; 
Montaigne; Shakespeare; Napoleon; Goethe. Society and 
solitude: Civilization; Art; Eloquence; Domestic life; Fi 



rag; Works and days; Books; Clubs; Courage; Success; 
Old age. 

III. English traits. The conduct of life: Fate; Power; Wealth; Cul- 

ture; Behavior; Worship; Consid er ations by the way; Beauty; 
Illusions. 

IV. Letters and social aims: Poetry and imagination; Social aims; 

Eloquence; Resources; The comic; Quotation and originality; 
Progre s s of culture; Persian poetry; Inspiration; G rea t n e ss ; 
Immortality. 
V. Miscellanies: Nature; The American scholar, an oration; Ad- 
dress to the senior class in Divinity college, Cambridge; Liter- 
ary ethics, an address; The method of nature, an address; Man 
the reformer, a lecture; Lecture on the times; The con se rvative, 
a lecture; Tne transcendentalist, a lecture; The young Ameri- 
can, a lecture. 

Alcott, A. B. Concord days. 1873. 1936.5 

Burroughs, J. Birds and poets. 1878 1946.20 

Cooke, G. W. Emerson : his life, writings, and philosophy. 188 1. . 777-28 

Friswell, J. H. Modern men of letters. 1870 7*345 

Guernsey, A. H. Emerson : philosopher and poet 1881 777.10 

Lowell, J. R. My study windows. 1880. 1936.27 

Manning, J. M. Pantheism in the form of self-worship. [A lecture.] . 161 2.1 1 
Sanborn, F. B. Emerson. [Homes and haunts of our elder poets.] • 339-32 

Shepard, Vf^ed. Pen pictures of modern authors. 1882 11 17 J 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, and others. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. 

Boston, 1852. 2v. 12 773.14 

Contents. 

Vol.1. Autobiography; Life in Cambridge, by ;J. F. Clarice; Letters and 
journals, Groton and Providence; Visits to Concord, and con- 
versations in Boston, by R. W. Emerson. 
II. Life in Jamaica Plain, by W. H. Planning; Journals, letters, etc. 
written in New York; Letters from Europe; The homeward 
voyage. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, editor, Parnassus. Boston, 1880. 12 . . . . 1814.24 

Emerson, William Andrew. Hand-book of wood engraving. New edition. 

Boston, 1881. 18 . . ' 624.1 

History of Douglas [Mass.], to the close of 1878. [Map and illustra- 
tions.] Boston, 1879. 8° 8 77- 21 

Emerton, James H. life on the seashore. With illustrations. Salem, 

1880. 12 . [Naturalists' handy series.] 5164 

The structure and habits of spiders. Illustrated. Salem, 1878. 12 . 

[American natural history series.] 44615 

Emigrant's story, The, and other poems. Trowbridge, J. T. 1837.19 

Emigration. See Immigration. 

Emilia Galotti : a tragedy. Lessing, G. E. v. 1 of 1863.9 



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Emilius; or, a treatise of education. Rousseau, J. J. 95M 

Emily Chester. A novel. Seemuller, Anne M 962.20 

Emma. A novel. Austen, Jane 931.16 

Emmet, Robert, Irish patriot, b. 1780, d. 1803. See Madden, R. R. The 

United Irishmen v. 3 of 719.13 

Emmet, Thomas Addis, Irish patriot, b. 1764, d. 1827. Madden, R. R. The 

United Irishmen : their lives and times v. 3 of 719.13 

Magoon, E. L. Orators of the American revolution. 1873 764*2 

Maxwell, W. H. Irish rebellion, and Emmet's insurrection. 1 798-1803. 822.23 

Story, J. Sketches of judges and lawyers. 1 136. 17 

Emotions. Bain, A. The emotions and the will. 1876. 1715-22 

McCosh, J. The emotions. 1880. 1715.17 

Set alto Ethics, Expression. 
Empedocles, Sicilian philosopher and poet, flourished B.C. 440. Fe'nelon, F. 

de S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers. .... 743.3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866. 17 12. 19 

Symonds, J. A. Studies of the Greek poets v. 1 of 1925.4 

Emperor, The : a romance. Ebers, G. M 953*3 

Empty heart, The ; or, husks. Terhune, Mary V 963.11 

Enamels. Burty, P. Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. 1869. . • . 625.35 

Jacquemart, A. History of furniture. 1878. 628.55 

Maskell, W. The industrial arts. 1 1876.] 625.37 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France v. 2 of 614.14 

Enchanting and enchanted. Hacklander, F. W 136.23 

Enchiridion, The, or manual. Epictetus 1848.21 

Encyclopaedia. American cyclopaedia. 1873-76. R. L. 

Appletons' annual cyclopaedia. New series. 1876-81 R. L. 

Blaine, D. P. Encyclopaedia of rural sports. 1870 R. L. 

Burton, W. E. Cyclopaedia of wit and humor. 1881 * io 35-25 

Chambers, R. Cyclopaedia of English literature. Revised by R. Car- 

ruthers. 1876. R. L. 

Chambers, W. and R. Chambers's encyclopaedia. Revised edition. 1879. R. L. 

Champlin, J. D.,/r. Young folks' cyclopaedia of common things. 1880. R. L. 

Young folks' cyclopaedia of persons and places. 188 1 R. L. 

Cooley, A. J. Cyclopaedia of practical receipts. 1879-80 R. L. 

Cooper, S. Dictionary of surgery, and encyclopaedia of surgical science. 

1861-72 R.L. 

Cresy, E. Encyclopaedia of civil engineering. 1872 R. L. 

Duyckinck, E. A. and G. L. Cyclopaedia of American literature. 1877. R. L. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. Ninth edition. Vol. 1-14. 1875-82. • . R. L. 

Goodholme, T. S. Domestic cyclopaedia of practical information. 1878. R. L. 

Gwilt, J. Encyclopaedia of architecture. 1876. R. L. 

Hamersly, L. R., and Co. A naval encyclopaedia. 1881 R. L. 

Henderson, P. Handbook of plants. 1881 R. L. 

Hoyt, J. K, and Ward, A. L» Cyclopaedia of practical quotations. 1882. R. L. 

Johnson's new universal cyclopaedia. 1880. R. L. 

Kiddle, H., and Schem, A. J., eds. Cyclopaedia of education. 1877. • R. L. 

Lossing, B. J. Harpers' popular cyclopaedia of United States history. 

1881-82 R.L. 

Loudon, J. C. Encyclopaedia of agriculture. 1866. R. L. 



284 CATALOGUE OF THE 



Encyclopedia, continued. 

Loudon, J. C. Encyclopaedia of gardening. 1869. R- L 

Encyclopaedia of plants. 1872 R.L. 

McCabe, J. D. National encyclopaedia of business and social forms. R. L. 

Moore, J. W. Complete encyclopaedia of music. 18761 R. L 

Tomlinson, C. Cyclopaedia of useful arts, manufactures, mining, and 

engineering. [1866.] R.L. 

Walsh, J. H. Encyclopaedia of rural sports 637.1 1 

Woodward, B. 8., and Cates, W. L. R. Encyclopaedia of chronology. 

1872 R-L 

See oho Dictionary. 

Encyclopedia Britannica, The. Ninth edition. [With maps, plates, and 

woodcuts.] Boston, 1875-82. 14 v. 4 R.L, 



Content*. VoL I. A-Anatomy. II. Anaxagoras-Athenry. III. Atbeas- 
Boissonadc. IV. Bokhara-Canoe. V. Canon-Cleves. VI. Okhy- 



Dayton. VII. Deacon-El Dorado. VIII. Eleanor-Fakir. IX. 
Fabba-Fyxabad. X. G-Gdtz. XI. Gouda-Hippopotaunt 
Hiring-Indus. XIII. Infant-Kant. XIV. Kao-Loos. 



End, The, of a coil. Warner, Susan 965.18 

Endymion. Disraeli, B., earl of Beaconsfield. 9*3-30 

Endymion : a poetic romance. Keats, J v. 2 of 1816.1 

Energy. See Forces of nature. 

Engadine. Arnold, H. P. Gleanings from the upper Engadine. 1880. . 233.19 

Enfield, Edward. Indian corn : its value, culture, and uses. N. Y.,1866. 12 665.1 

Engaged : a farcical comedy. Gilbert, W. S v. 2 of 1861.13 

Engel, Carl. Musical instruments. With woodcuts. New York, 1877. 

8°. [Maskell, W., ed. South Kensington museum art handbooks.] . 625.25 
Engineer and machinist's drawing-book ; comprising linear drawing, pro- 
jection, eccentric curves, sketching and drawing from machines, projec- 
tion of shadows, etc. Engravings on wood and steel. On the basis of 

the works of M. Le Blanc and MM. Armengaud. London, 187 1. F° . 659.17 
Engineering. Blake, W. P. Civil engineering. [1867.] • • . .v. 4 of 1555.7 

Davidson, E. A. Drawing for machinists and engineers. 672.5 

Campin, F. Treatise on mechanical engineering. 1877 676.33 

Cresy, E. Encyclopaedia of civil engineering. 1872 R. L. 

Engineer and machinist's drawing-book. 1871 659.17 

Haskoll, W. D. Practice of engineering field-work. [187 1.] .... 676.25 

Haswell, C. H. Engineers' and mechanics' pocket-book. 1881. . . 677.7 

Lukin, J. The boy engineers. [1878.] 137*27 

Mahan, D. H. Elementary course of military engineering. 1870. • . 1749*36 

Treatise on civil engineering. 1879. 67641 

Rankine, W. J. M., and Bamber, E. F. A mechanical text-book. 1873. 677-26 
Shelley, C. P. B. Workshop appliances: gauging and measuring 

instruments, hand cutting-tools, etc., used by engineers. 1879. . 677.16 

Simms, F. W. Treatise on the principles and practice of levelling. 187a 676130 

Stevenson, D. Canal and river engineering. 1872 677.53 

Tomlinson, C. Cyclopaedia of useful arts, manufactures, mining, and 

engineering. [1866.] R.L. 

Trautwine, J. C. The civil engineers' pocket-book. 188 1 R.L. 

Viollet-le-Duc, E. E. Annals of a fortress. 1876. 1 749.21 

Vose, G. L. Manual for railroad engineers. 1875 676.17 

See also Bridges, Building, Cements, Drainage, Mines and mining. Railroads, 
Roads, Sanitary engineering, Steam and the steam engine, Surveying, 
Waterworks. 



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Engineers. Personal recollections of English engineers. 1868. • . . . 716.18 

Smiles, S. Lives of the engineers. 1874-77 716.13 

Stuart, C.B. Lives of the civil and military engineers of America. 187 1. 764.21 

ENGLAND. Art, architecture, and antiquities, 

Bayne, P. Glimpses of recent British art [An essay.] . . . v. 1 of 1918.24 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Contemporary art in Europe. 1877 615.29 

Eastlake, C. L. History of the Gothic revival. 1872 627.23 

Fairholt, F. W. Homes, works, and shrines of English artists. 1873. 619.20 

Fergusson, J. Modern styles of architecture. 1873. 627.10 

Hoppin, J. M. Old England : its scenery, art, etc. [1867.] .... 225.10 

Jewitt, L., and Hall, S. C. The stately homes of England. [1874-78.] 226.27 

Nichols, G. W. Art education applied' to industry. 1877 625.42 

Palgrave, F. T. Essays on art. 1867 612.13 

Rimmer, A. Ancient streets and homesteads of England. 1879. . . 226.22 

Our old country towns. 1881 226.12 

Thornbury, G. W. British artists from Hogarth to Turner. 1861. . . 714.28 

Timbs, J. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls of England and Wales. . 226.5 

Tuckerman, H. T. A month in England. 1853 225.15 

Viardot, L. History of painters of all schools. 1877 R. L. 

Not*. See the tires and works of Bewick, Blake, Gainsborough, Hogarth, 
Lawrence, Reynolds, Stothard, Turner, and other distinguished English 
artists. See also references under Art, Architecture, Costume, Music, 
Painting, Pottery and porcelain, Sculpture. 

Biography. 

Adams, W. H. D. Records of noble lives 7* 1.17 

Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals. 1873 716& 

Campbell, J., lord. Lives of the chief justices. 1874 7*5-9 

Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the great seal. 1868. 715.10 

Davidson, J. M. Eminent English liberals. 1880. 7 I 5- I 9 

Doran, J. Queens of England of the house of Hanover. 1880.. . . 717.19 

Forster, J. Statesmen of the commonwealth 716.28 

Froude, J. A. England's forgotten worthies. v. 1 of 191 5.16 

Hall, Mrs. M. The queens before the conquest. 1854. 717*14 

Higginson, T. W. English statesmen. 1878 715.4 

Hinton, R. J. English radical leaders. 1877 715.5 

Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1877 714*30 

Johnson, S. Lives of the English j5oets. 1854. . . v. 1 of 11 22.17; 7*4-37 

Kaye, J. W. Lives of Indian officers. 1867 716.21 

National portrait gallery. [With biographical sketches.] 719-3* 

Sainte-Beuve, C. A. English portraits. 1875 718.22 

Smiles, S. Lives of the engineers. 1874-77 7 id 13 

Strickland, A. Lives of the bachelor kings of England. 1861. . . • 717.8 

Lives of the queens from the Norman conquest. 1877 7*7-5 

Queens of Scotland and English princesses. 1868-78. 717. 10 

Church history. 

Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England [to A. D. 731]. 1878 1657.6 

Bright, W. Early English church history [to A. D. 709]. 1878. . . .1657.19 

Burnet, G. Reformation of the church of England. [1509-59.] . . . 1659.7 

Herford, B. The story of religion in England. 1880. 16574 

Jeaffreson, J. C. Book about the clergy. 1870 I 9 I 9-33 



286 CATALOGUE OF THE 

England. Church history, continued. 

Maclear, G. F. Conversion of the West The English. 1 661.14 

Montalembert, C. F. de T., comte de. The monks of the West . . . 759.26 

Neal, D. History of the puritans. [1530-1688.] 181 1 1657.25 

Southey, R. Book of the church. 1869. 1637-6 

Van Antwerp, D. D. Church history, [a. d. 33-1836.] 1657.7 

See ulm Churdi history, Protestantism, Reformation. 



Constitution, government, law, and politics* 

Amos, S. Fifty years of the English constitution. 1830-80. .... 1737.10 

Bagehot, W. The English constitution. 1873 1737.20 

Bigelow, E. B. Tariff policy of England and of the United States 

contrasted. 1877 1756-4° 

Blackstone, Sir W. Commentaries on the laws of England. 1879. • I 7°& 2 3 

Same. The student's Blackstone. 1879. 1766.4 

Brougham, H., lord. The British constitution v. 11 of n 27.5 

Eaton, D. B. Civil service in Great Britain. 1880. 1 737*27 

Escott, T. H. S. England : her people, polity, and pursuits. 1880. • 1737*35 

Fawcett, H. Free trade and protection. 1878 1756.9 

Fonblanque, A. de. How we are governed. [1879.] 1747-8 

Gladstone, W. E. Kin beyond sea. [British and American constitu- 
tions compared.] v. 1 of 1916.4 

Hallam, H. The constitutional history of England. [1 485-1 76a] . . I737- I 3 
Hayward, A. The British parliament : its' history and eloquence, v. 2 of 1918.19 

Hoskyns, C. W. The land laws of England. [An essay.] 1757.16 

Jennings, G. H. Anecdotal history of parliament 1880, I737-3 2 

Laugel, A. England political and social. 1874. 1737*7 

McCarthy, J. The epoch of reform, 1830-50. 1882. 861.55 

May, Sir T. E. The constitutional history of England. [1 760-1871.] i737*'4 

Democracy in Europe : a history. v. 2 of 1 747*33 

Mill, J. S. Thoughts on parliamentary reform v. 4 of 1916.25 

Mongredien, A. The free-trade movement in England. 188 1. • . . 1756-4 

Smith, P. V. History of the English institutions. 1876. 17374 

Spencer, H. Parliamentary reform, the dangers and the safeguards. . 1916.20 
Stephen, Sir J. F. Characteristics of English criminal law. . v. 3 of i9-7- 2 3 
Stubbs, W. The constitutional history of England [to 1485] -737* '5 

Not*. Stubbs traces the growth of the constitution from its origin to the 
death of Richard in. Hallam continues the history from the accession 
of Henry vu to tbe death of George n, and is followed by May who 
brings the record down to the year 1871. Bagchot's work is both brilliant 
and valuable, and Amos reviews the last fifty years. See also Campbell's 
Lives of the lord chancellors, including Lyndhurst and Brougham. 

For further references to the political and social condition of England 
see general works under Government and politics, Political economy, and 

History, general and epochal* 

Aikin, L. Memoirs of the court of Elizabeth. [1533-1603.] .... 826.10 

Memoirs of the court of James I. [1566-1625.] .• 826.19 

Allen, J. Battles of the British navy. [1190-1815.] 8*9- 6 

The Anglo-Saxon chronicle, [a. D. 1-1154.] 1657-6 

Annals of England, [b. C. 57-A. D. 1714.] 824*5 

Bright, J. F. History of England. [449-1837.] 8*M 



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England. History, general and epochal, continued. 

Brougham, H., lord. England and France under the house of Lancaster. 

[1324-1455.] 826.23 

Burke, E. Essay towards an abridgment of English history. . .v. 7 of 1x27.9 
Carrel, J. B. N. A. Counter-revolution under Charles II and James II. 

[165&-89.] 826\8 

Cordery, B. M., and Phillpotts, J. S. King and commonwealth. [1625-60.] 826.5 

Creighton, M. The age of Elizabeth. [1533-1603.] 861.22 

De Quincey, T. On the falsification of English history. . . v. 10 of 11 25.13 
Dickens, C. J. H. A child's history of England, [b. c. 50-A.D. 1837.] 

127.28; v. 27 of 9x9.1 

Doran, J. Queens of the house of Hanover. [1682-1821.] .... 717.19 

Edgar, J. G. The wars of the roses, [a. d. 1421-85.] 127.6 

Freeman, E. A. History of the Norman conquest [449-1087.] . . 823.17 

Mythical and romantic elements in early English history, v. I of 1917.26 

Old-English history, [b. c 55-A. D.. I066.J '127.10 

Reign of William Ruf us and the accession of Henry I. [1087-1 107.] 823.30 

Froissart, J. Chronicles of England, France, and Spain. [1326-99.] . 829.33 

Froude, J. A. History of England. [1 527-1603.] 826.15 

Gairdner, J. The houses of Lancaster and York. [1399-148 5.] . . . 861.21 

Gardiner, S. R. The first two Stuarts and puritan revolution. 1603-60. 861.23 

Geoffrey, of Monmouth. British history [to A. D. 687] . 823.9 

Giles, J. A. History of the ancient Britons. [B.C. 560 -A. D. 449.] . . 823.27 

Six old English chronicles. [Ethelwerd, Asser, Geoffrey of Mon- 
mouth, Gildas, Nennius, and Richard of Cirencester.] . . . 823.9 

Grant, J. British battles on land and sea. [1066-1874.] 829.37 

Green, J. R. History of the English people, 449-1815 824.22 

The making of England. [449-829.] 823.23 

Short history of the English people. [449-1874.] 824.19 

Greville, C. C. F. Journal of the reigns of George IV and William iv. 

[18x8-37.] 828.19 

Hale, E. The fall of the Stuarts. 1678-97 861.24 

Hozier, H. M. The invasions of England, [b: c. 55-A. D. 1805.] . . 824.27 

Hume, D. History of England. B.C. 55-A. D. 1688 825.24 

Same. The student's Hume, continued down to 1858 825.13 

Hyde, E., earl of Clarendon. Rebellion and civil wars. [1625-60.] • 849.15 

Jesse, J. H. Court of England during the reign of the Stuarts. [ 1 603-1 701 .] 826.9 

Memoirs of the pretenders and their adherents. [1688-1788.] . . 826.6 

Knight, C. Half hours of English history. B.C. 55-A. D. 1603. . . . 825.19 

Popular history of England. B. c. 56 -A. D. 1849. With an appen- 
dix of annals, 1849-67 824.34 

Lecky, W. E. H. History of England in the 18th century. [1 702-1 782.] 828.27 

Lingard, J. History of England. B. c. 55-A. D. 1688 825.7 

Lossing, B. J. History of England, [b.c. 55-A. D. 187 1.] 824.12 

Macaulay, T. B., lord. History of England from the accession of 

James II. [1685-1702.] 827.17 

McCarthy, J. History of our own times. [1837-80.] 828.22 

Mackintosh, Sir J. Review of the causes of the revolution of 1688. . 1127.22 

Martineau, H. History of the thirty years' peace. 1816-46. .... 828.7 

Maurice, F. D. English history. [A lecture.] 1918.25 



288 CATALOGUE OF THE 

England. History % general and epochal % continued. 

Maxwell, W. H. Victories of Wellington and the British armies. 

[1797-18461] 829-7 

Milton, J. History of Britain, to the Norman conquest. . . . v. 5 of 11214 

Molesworth, W. N. History of England. 1830-74. 828.11 

Morris, E. E. The age of Anne. [1697-17 14.] 861.2$ 

Nicholas, T. The pedigree of the English people. 1878 823.2* 

Oliphant, M. O. W. Historical sketches of the reign of George n. . 827 a\ 
Palgrave, Sir F. History of Normandy and of England. [741-1101.] 842.9 

History of the Anglo-Saxons. [280-1066.] 823-6 

Schmucker, S. M. History of the four Georges. [17 14-1830.] . . . 827 -X 3 
Stanhope, P. H., earl Stanhope. History of England, comprising the 

reign of queen Anne. 1701-13 827.4 

Same. From the peace of Utrecht to the peace of Versailles. 

1713-83 »«7-5 

Strickland, A. Queens of England from the conquest. [1066-17 14.] . 7x75 

Tales from English history, for children 127.16 

Stubbs, W. The early Plantagenets. [1135-1327*] 861.19 

Thierry, J. N. A. Conquest of England by the Normans : with its causes 

and consequences, [b. c. 55-A. D. 1802.] 823.24 

Thompson, E. History of England, [b. C. 55-A. D. 1877.] ..... 824^7 
Turner, S. History of the Anglo-Saxons. [b.c. 55-A.D. 106&] . . • 8^3 2 < 

Warburton, W. Edward in. [1327-77.] 861.24 

Whittier, J. G. England under James 11. [A review.] . . . v. 2 of 113 k. i i 
Wright, T. Literature, superstitions, and history of England in the 

middle ages. 1846. IOjX 7-T7 

Yonge, C. M. Cameos from English history. [900-1565.] S^x.c 

Young folks' history of England. [B.C. 55-A. D. 1872.] . . . . 1^7 

Note. General history. 

The general historians in the above list are Hume, Lingard, Knight, 
Green, Bright, Lossing, Dickens, Thompson, and Yonge. 

Hume's work, the standard authority for almost a century, b noted 
more for elegant style than for historical accuracy. Lingard, the Roman 
Catholic historian, covers nearly the same period as Hume, but writes 
with more care and ability. Knight's history is deservedly popular, 
and will satisfy the general reader, but for students, the most important 
work yet written is Green's History of the English people. The student's 
Hume, Bright's History, and Green's Short nistory are excellent text- 
books, and young people will also be interested in the entertaining narra- 
tives of Dickens and Miss Yonge. 

For works of reference see Adams's Manual of historical literature, and 
the Annals of England, in which the principal events to 17x4 are given in 
chronological order. 

Epochal history. 

The history of England under the Romans and Britons is found in the 
opening chapters of Knight, Lingard, and Turner, in Giles's Ancient Brit- 
ons, Six old English chronicles, and Freeman's Old English history. See 
a paper on Britain and the Britons in Disraeli's Amenities, vol. x, and 
chapters in Nicholas's Pedigree of the English people. See also references 
under Arthur, mythical king of Britain, and Freeman's essay on the myth- 
ical and romantic elements in English nistory. 

For the Saxon period, 449-1066, the most elaborate history is by Turner, 
though Palgrave is later and more valuable. See also Green's Making of 
England, the first volumes of Knight and Lingard, Freeman's Old Eng- 
lish history and the first two volumes of his Norman conquest, Hall s 
Queens before the conquest, the Anglo-Saxon chronicle, and references 
under Alfred the great, Anglo-Saxons, Edward the confessor, and Harold. 

For England under the Normans, 1066-1154, see Freeman's scholarly 
history of the Norman conquest, supplemented by his Reign of William 
Rufus and accession of Henry 1. Thierry's Conquest, the last two vol- 
umes of Palgrave's Normandy and England, and the Anglo-Saxon chronicle 
will also be useful in the study of this period. See also Johnson's Normans 
in Europe, ch. xa-17, Strickland's Queens, vol. x, Yonge's Cameos, vol x. 
and references under William 1, William Rufus, Henry 1, Stephen, and 
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England. History, general and epochal, continued. 

Note. The Plantagenct period, 1154-1485, includes the houses of Lan- 
caster and York. After the accounts in the general histories, let the student 
read Stubbs's Early Plantagenets, and follow it with Warburton's Edward 
111 and Gairdner's Lancaster and York. For special references to the early 
Plantagenets see Henry 11, Becket, Richard 1, Crusades, John, Edward 1, 
li, and in, Edward the black prince, and Richard 11. For the houses of 
Lancaster and York, see, besides Gairdner, Edgar's Wars of the roses, 
Brougham's England under the house of Lancaster, and references under 
Henry v and vi, Margaret of Anjou, Edward v, and Richard m. The 
lives of the queens will be found in Strickland's first two volumes. In 
connection with this period, Shakespeare's historical dramas must not be 
forgotten. 

The Tudor period, 1485-1603, is covered by the general histories, but 
particularly by Froude's full and entertaining monograph. Special works 
on the successive reigns will be found under Henry vii, Henry vin, Ed- 
ward VT, Mary, and Elizabeth. See also the biographies of More, Wolsey, 
Anne Boleyn, and Mary queen of Scots, and Strickland's Lives of the 
queens, vol. 3-3. 




lution 
and 

will be found under Tames 1, Charles 1, Cromwell, Charles 11, James u, Wil- 
liam of Orange, and Anne. Gardner's First two Stuarts, Cordery's King 
and commonwealth, Hale's Fall of the Stuarts, and Smyth's Lectures on 
modern history will be of special service to students. Macaulay's brilliant 
work covers the reigns of James 11 and William of Orange, and Stanhope 
follows with a critical history of the reign of queen Anne. 

The house of Hanover, 17 14-1880, is traced in the histories of Stanhope 
and Lecky to 1783, in Knight's history and Martineau's History of the 
peace to 1846, in Moles worth to 1874, and in McCarthy's History of our 
own times to 1880. See also Doran's Queens, Smyth s Lectures, vol. a, 
special references under George 1, 11, in, and iv, William iv, and Victoria, 
and the biographies of distinguished statesmen from Walpole to Gladstone. 

The above is simply an outline course of English history. For fuller 
notes, and thoughtful suggestions in regard to collateral reading, the 
student must consult Adams's Manual of historical literature, and Winsor's 
Catalogue notes, issued by the Boston public library. 

Travels, life and manners, education, etc. 

Buckle, H. T. History of civilization in England. 1878 1726.25 

Burritt, E. A walk from London to John O'Groat's. [1863.] . . . 224.18 

Burroughs, J. An October abroad. 1879 1946.22. 

Chandler, A. D. A bicycle tour in England and Wales. 1879. . . . 225.9 

Cooper, J. F. Gleanings in Europe. England. 1837. .' 225.17 

Emerson, R. W. English traits v. 3 of 1 131. 13 

Green, J. R. Stray studies from England and Italy. 1876 225.16 

Hamerton, P. G. A painter's camp. England. [1858-62.] .... 223.18 

Hawthorne, N. Our old home : English sketches. [1863.] • • • • 225.3 

Passages from English note-books. [1853-58.] 225.4 

Hawthorne, S. P. Notes in England and Italy. [1857.] 225.18 

Hayward, A. England and France : manners, morals, and society, v. 2 of 1918.19 

Hoppin, J. M. Old England: its scenery, art, and people. [1867.]. . 225.10 

Howitt, W. Visits to remarkable places. [1840-42.] 224.35 

Jennings, L. J. Field paths and green lanes. 1878 225 21 

Rambles among the hills in the Peak of Derbyshire. 1880. . . 225.22 

Jewitt, L., and Hall, S. C. The stately homes of England 226.27 

Kay, J. Social condition and education of the people in England. 1864. 1737.18 

Kings ley, C. North Devon. [1849.] '878 1917.12 

Kingston, W. H. G. Yacht voyage round England. [A book for boys.] 125.29 

L'Estrange, A. G. Yachting round the west of England. [1864.] • • 225.35 

Lippincott, S. J. Merrie England. Travels and sketches. 1855. . . 127.14 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. 1876 181 1. 10 

Manning, S., and Green, S. G. English pictures drawn with pen and 

pencil. [1879.] 229.26 



29O CATALOGUE OF THE 



ENGLAND. Travels, life and manners, education, etc, continued. 

Miller, H. First impressions of England. [1847.] 225.23 

Rimmer, A. Ancient streets and homesteads. 1879. 226.22 

Our old country towns. 1881 226.12 

Pleasant spots around Oxford. 226.23 

Rambles round Eton and Harrow. 1882 226.13 

Staunton, H. Great schools of England. 1877 I 7^5-S 

Taine, H. A. Notes on England. 1872 225.27 

Thornbury, G. W. A tour round England. 187a 225.25 

Timbs, J. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls. 1876. 226.5 

Tuckerman, H. T. A month in England. 1853 225.15 

Walford, E. Pleasant days in pleasant places. [1862-68.] .... 225.13 

White, R. G. England without and within. [1876.] 225.24 

•Winter, W. The trip to England. [1877.] 22 5-'4 

Note. See chapters in Stowe'a Sunny memories. Haven's Pilgrim's wallet, 
Terhune's Loitering*, and other general European travels. 

For further educational matter see references under Cambridge, Eton, 
Oxford, and Rugby. See aUo Great Britain. 

England, Church of. Davies, C. M. Orthodox London ; or, phases of 

religious life in the church of England. 1876. 1637.12 

Gladstone, W. E. Present aspects of the church [and other essays]. 

v. 5-6 of 191614 

Hughes, T. Condition and prospects of the church of England, v. 2 of 1918.33 

Newman, J. H., cardinal. Catholicity of the Anglican church, v. 2 of 1918.27 

Prospects of the Anglican church [and other essays]. . . v. 1 of 1918.27 

See also Church history. Reformation. 

England's antiphon. [History of religious poetry.] MacDonald, G. . .1114.15 
English, Thomas D. The Mormons. [French's Standard drama.] v. 26-27 of 1857.3 
English bards and Scotch reviewers. Byron, G. G. N., lord. . . . v. 1 of 181 5.6 
English governess at the Siamese court. [1862-67.] Leonowens, A. H. . 246.9 
English language. General works. 

Abbott, E. A. A Shakespearian grammar : differences between Eliza- 
bethan and modern English. 1879. 1864.9 

Abbott, E. A., and Seeley, J. R. English lessons for English people. 

1872 t 11114 

Bartlett, J. R. Dictionary of Americanisms. 1877 R. L. 

Bristed, C. A. The English language in America v. I of 1917.23 

Crabb, G. English synonymes explained. 1879 R. L» 

Craik, G. L. Compendious history of the English language, from the 

Norman conquest. 1877 i"4-44 

Hall, F. Recent exemplifications of false philology. 1872 " 13-37 

Latham, R. G. The English language. 1855 "13-45 

Hand-book of the English language. 187 1 1113^8 

Mackay, C. Lost beauties of the English language. 1874. .... R. L. 

Marsh, G. P. Lectures on the English language, i860 I,l 3-5° 

Origin and history of the English language. 1877 11 1340 

Oliphant, T. L. K. The old and middle English. 1878. i"3-'3 

Richardson, C. New dictionary of the English language. 1839. . . R. L. 
Roget, P. M. Thesaurus of English words and phrases. 1881. ... R. L. 
Scheie de Vere, M. Studies in English. 1869. 11 1327 



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English language. General worhs, continued. 

Skeat, W. W. Etymological dictionary of the English language. 1882. R. L. 

Soule, R. Dictionary of English synonymes. 1879. l . . R. L. 

Spalding, W. Origin and growth of the English language, i860. . . 1 1 14.18 

Tooke, J. H. Diversions of Purley. i860. 1111.35 

Trench, R. C, archbishop of Dublin. English, past and present. 1875. 11 13. 1 1 
Webster, N. American dictionary of the English language. With 

supplement. 1880 R. L. 

Wedgwood, H. Dictionary of English etymology. 1878 R. L. 

White, R. G. Every-day English, Sequel to " Words and their uses." 

1881 1 1 13.23 

Words and their uses. 1880 11 12.30 

Worcester, J. E. Dictionary of the English language. 1879. • • • R. L. 

Same. New edition, with supplement. 1881 R. L. 

Grammar and composition. 

Abbott, E. A. How to write clearly. 1879. 1111.10 

Alford, H, dean of Canterbury. Plea for the queen's English. 1878. . 1 1 13.6 

Bain, A. English composition and rhetoric. 1875 1234.21 

Cox, E. W. Arts of writing, reading, and speaking. 1876. .... 1234.8 

Gould, E. S. Good English; or, popular errors in language. 1880. . 11 13. 19 

Graham, G. F. English style. 1869. 1111.5 

Greene, H. R. The English language. 1879 1111.17 

Hale, E. E. How to do it. 1879. 1718.11 

Jonson, B. English grammar 1868.17 

Moon, G. W. Bad English of Lindley Murray and other writers. 1868. 1 1 13.4 

The dean's English : a criticism. 1866. XII 3-9 

Morris, R. Lessons in historical English grammar. 1877 1111.3 

English grammar. 1879 11 16.9 

Morris, R., and Bowen, H. C. English grammar exercises. 1878. • . 11 16.14 

Nichol, J. English composition. 1879. 1 1 16.16 

Quackenbos, G. P. Illustrated lessons in our language. 1876. . . . 1111.8 

Swinton, W. Grammar of the English language. 1877 1111.12 

New language lessons : an elementary grammar. 1880 nil. 7 

Whitney, W. D. Essentials of English grammar. 1877 11 11.24 

See alto Language, Pronunciation, Rhetoric, Spelling, Synonymes, Words. 

English literature. Adams, W. D. Dictionary of English literature. [1880.] R. L. 
Allibone, S. A. Critical dictionary of English literature and British and 

American authors. 1878 R. L. 

Arnold, M. A guide to English literature. [A review.] 191 5.20 

Brooke, S. A. English literature. With appendix on American litera- 
ture. 1880. 1 1 16.10 

Chambers, R. Cyclopaedia of English literature. 1876. ..... R. L. 

Cleveland, C. D. Compendium of English literature. [1300-1800.] 1866. 11 18.8 
Corson, H. Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon and early English. 1876.. .1118.21 

Craik, G. L. Compendious history of English literature. 1877. . . 1 114.44 

Gilman, A. First steps in English literature. [1870.] n 14.4 

Hart, J. S. Manual of English literature. [1200-1872.] 1876. . . . 1 1 18.24 

Hazlitt, W. Lectures on the English comic writers. 1876. .... 1925.21 

Lectures on the literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878. .... 1925.22 



292 CATALOGUE OF THE 

English literature, continued. 

Morel), J. M. D. Biographical history of English literature. [1874.] . 1114.13 
Morley, H. English literature in the reign of Victoria. 1882. . . . 11 14.22 

English writers. Chaucer to Dunbar. 1867 11 14.42 

First sketch of English literature. 1114.10 

Oliphant, M. O. W. The literary history of England in the end of the 

18th and beginning of the 19th century. 1882 11 14.21 

Richardson, A. S. Familiar talks on English literature. 1881. • . . 11 14.23 

Spalding, W. History of English literature, i860 11 14.18 

Taine, H. A. History of English literature. 1872 11 14.35 

Underwood, F. H. Hand-book of English literature. British authors. 

1878 1118.30 

Ward, A. W. History of English dramatic literature [to 17 14]. 1875. In 4*39 

Warton, T. History of English poetry. [1 100-1600:] 1824. . . . 11 14.33 

Whipple, E. P. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 1878 I9 2 5 I 3 

Yonge, C. D. Three centuries of English literature. 1874. .... 11 14.17 

See also Authors, Bibliography, Biography, Criticism, Drama, Letters, Lit- 
erature, Periodicals, Poetry, Poets, Quotations, Wit and humor. For 
American literature see United States. 

English mail coach, The. De Quincey, T v. 1 of 1 125.13 

English men of letters. See Morley, John, editor, 

English poets. See Poets. 

English portraits. Sainte-Beuve, C. A 718.22 

English stage. See Actors and acting. 

English traits. Emerson, R. W v. 301:1131.13. 

Englishman, The, in Paris : a farce. Foote, S v. 5 of 1859.9 

Englishman, The, returned from Paris : a farce. Foote, S. . . . v. 5 of 1859.9 

Engravers. Bohn, H. G. A chapter on the engravers of the present day. 617.10 
Clement, C. E. Painters, sculptors, architects, engravers, and their 

works. 1879 R.L 

Scott, W. B. The little masters. 1879 712.21 

Spooner, S. Biographical history of the fine arts. 1865 R. L 

Urbino, Mrs. S. R. The princes of art. 1870 714*24 

Vasari, G. Lives of the painters, sculptors, and architects. . .v. 3 of 714.18 

Engraving. Blanc, A. A. P. C. Grammar of painting and engraving. 1874. 616.22 

Carey, A. The history of a book. [1874.] 674.36 

Chambers's miscellany. Wood engraving v. 9 of 1232.7 

Davenport, S. Engraving. 1877 v. 8 of 673.5 

Duplessis, G. Gratet. The wonders of engraving. [187 1.] .... 525.2 

Emerson, W. A. Hand-book of wood engraving. 1881 624.1 

Hamerton, P. G. The graphic arts. 1882 612.17 

Jackson, J., and Chatto, W. A. Treatise on wood engraving. 1861. . 617.10 
Lacroix, P. The arts in the middle ages and the renaissance. 1875. . *6i7.i8 
Maberly, J. The print collector. With Fielding's Treatise on engrav- 
ing, and a bibliography by R. Hoe, jr. 1880 624.50 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France -• .v. 2 of 614.14 

Ruskin, J. Ariadne Florentina : wood and metal engraving. 1880. . 624.28 

Note. For specimens of early wood engraving see Bewick's History of British 
birds. See also Etching and etchers. 

Enigmas of life. Greg, W. R. 1916.14 

Enoch Arden. [A poem.] Tennyson, A. - 1826.31 ; v. 2 of 1826.39 



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Ensilage of green forage crops in silos. Stevens, H. R 665.29 

Enthusiasm. Taylor, I. Natural history of enthusiasm. 1868 1628.17 

Entomology. See Insects. 

Envy. Hazlitt, W. On envy. [A dialogue.] 1914.25 

Plutarchus. On envy and hatred. . . . v. 2 of 1717*15 

Eothen ; or, traces of travel brought from the East. Kinglake, A. W. . . 258.23 
Epaminondas, Theban general, b. B.C. 411, d. 362. See Sankey, C. Spar- 
tan and Theban supremacies 861.28 

Ephesus. Wood, J. T. Discoveries at Ephesus. [1863-74.] 3-7-9 

Epicgene, or, the silent woman : a comedy. Jonson, B 1868.17 

Epictetus, Greek philosopher, flourished A. D. 100 ? Discourses ; with the 
Enchiridion and fragments. Translated, with life of Epictetus and 
a view of his philosophy, by G. Long. London, 1877. 12 . . . 1848.21 

Farrar, F. W. Seekers after God. 1877 743*9 

Epicurean, The. A tale. Moore, T 912.7 

Epicurus, Greek philosopher, b. B. c. 342 ? d, 270. Fe*nelon, F. de S. de La 

Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743*3 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 1866 1712.19 

Plutarchus. That it is not possible to live pleasurably according to the 

doctrine of Epicurus v. 2 of 17 17.15 

Zeller, E. The Stoics, Epicureans, and Sceptics. 1880. 1712.1 

Epidicus : a comedy. Plautus, M. A v. 2 of 1856.15 

Epigrams. See Mathews, W. Great conversers 1 937.34 

Epimenides, Cretan poet and prophet, flourished B. c 620. See F^nelon, F. 

de S. de La Mothe. Lives of the ancient philosophers 743*3 

Epoch, The, of the mammoth. Southall, J. C . 433.14 

Epochs of ancient history. See Cox, Sir G. W., and Sankey, C. 
Epochs of modern history. See Morris, E. E., and others. 

Equality. Arnold, M. Equality. [An essay.] 1915.20 

JlRARD, S*£bastien, French inventor of musical instruments, b. 1752, </. 1831. 

See Brightwell, C. L. Heroes of the laboratory 147-5 

Erasmus, Desiderius, Dutch scholar and philosopher, b, 1467, d. 1536. See 

Froude, J. A. Short studies on great subjects v. 1 of 191 5. 16 

Note, Consult Hallam's Literature of Europe, vol. x-a, and the histories of the 
reformation. 

Erastus, or Erasth, Thomas, Swiss theologian, b. 1524, d. 1583. See Glad- 
stone, W. E. Gleanings of past years v. 3 of 191 6.4 

Erckmann, Emile, and Chatrian, Alexandre. The blockade of Phalsburg. 

From the French. [With portraits.] New York, 1877. 12 . . 956.4 
The conscript: a story of the French war of 18 13. Translated [from 

the French], With illustrations. New York, N. D. 12 . . . . 956.5 
Friend Fritz. [From the French.] With illustrations. Lond., N.D. 1 2° 956.2 
The invasion of France in 18 14. From the French. With a memoir 

of the authors. New York, 1877. 12 956.6 

Madame Th^rese. From the French [by Charlotte L. Forten]. With 

illustrations. New York, 1869. I2 ° 95^*7 

The plebiscite ; or, a miller's story of the war. From the French. New 

York, 1877. 12 956.8 

The story of a peasant The states general (1789). [From the French.] 

London, n.d. 12 956*9 



294 CATALOGUE OF THE 

Erckmann, Emile, and Chatrian, Alexandre, continued. 

The story of a peasant. The country in danger (1792). [From the 

French.] London, N.D. 12 956.10 

Year one of the republic 1793. [From the French.] Lond., n.d. 12 956.11 
Citizen Bonaparte. 1 794-181 5. [From the French.] Lond., N.D. 12 95612 
Waterloo: a sequel to The conscript. From the French. With 

illustrations. New York, 1869. 12 956^19 

Men of the third republic 1873 737.19 

Eric ; or little by little. A tale of Roslyn school. Farrar, F, W. . . . Z15.9 
Ericsson, John, inventor of the monitor, b. 1803. Headley, P. C. The 

miner boy and his monitor. 1865 146.15 

Erie railway. See Adams, C. F.,/r., and H. Chapters of Erie 17599 

Ernest Maltravers. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L-, lord Lytton 916.16 

Ernest Maltravers : a drama. Medina, Louisa. v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

Ernestine: a drama. Robertson, W v. 14 of 1857.3 

Ersilia. [A novel.] Poynter, E. F b 96937 

Erskine, Ralph, b. 1685, d. 1752. See McCosh, J. The Scottish philosophy. 1713.25 
Erskine, Thomas, lord, British orator and lord chancellor, b. 1750, d, 1823. 

Speeches. With memoir of his life by E. Walford. Lond., 1870. 2 v. 8° 1 128.17 

Vol. I. Trial of Capt. Bafllk for libel ; Case of Thomas Carnan. bookseller, 
and the stationers* company; Trial of the council of Madras for 
misdemeanor; Trial of lord George Gordon for high treason; 
Breach of promise case, Morton v. Fenn; Trial of the dean of 
St. Asaph for publishing a seditious libel; Case of the king 
against John Stockdale; Trial of Thomas Paine for libel; 
Speech on the prosecution of the publisher of the " Age of rea- 
son; " Trial of John Frost for sedition; Trial of Perry and 
Lambert of the "Morning chronicle" for libel; Trial of T. 
Walker and six others for conspiracy. 
II. Trial of T. Hardy for high treason; Speech in defence of Hon. 
R. Bingham, afterwards lord Lucan; Speech in defence of J. 
Home Tooke; Trial of the bishop of Bangor and others for a 
riot and assault; Case of Mr. Cuthell for publishing a libel; 
Proceedings against Sackville, earl of Thanet, for a misde- 
meanor; Case of James Hadneld for shooting the king; Case 
of Rev. George Markham against John Fawcett; Proceedings 
of the friends of the liberty of the press. 

Brougham, H., lord. Statesmen of the time of George ill and iv. v. 3 of 11 27.5 

Campbell, J n lord. Lives of the lord chancellors v. 8-9 of 715.10 

Edgar, J. G. Footprints of famous men. 1878. 147.8 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879 1233.19 

Rogers, S. Recollections. 1859 1914-8 

Erskine, Mrs. Thomas. Wyncote. N.Y., 1875. l &° [Leisure hour series.] 969.13 

Esau Runswick. [A novel.] Macquoid, Katherine S 932.2 

Escott, Thomas H. S. England : her people, polity, and pursuits. New 

York, 1880. 8° 1737-35 

Esmeralda : a drama. Fitzball, E. v. 18-19 of 1857.3 

Espy, Joseph. A tour in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana territory, in 1805. 

Cincinnati, 1870. 8° [Ohio valley historical series.] 872.35 

Esquimaux. Hall, C. F. Arctic researches. 1860-62 327.25 

Hartwig, G. The polar world. 1874 327.9 

Essenes, The. See De Quincey, T. Essays. v. 8 of 1 125.13 

Essentials and non-essentials in religion. Clarke, J. F 1627.3 

Essex, Earl of. See Cromwell, Thomas. 

Essex, Earls of See Devereux, Robert and Walter. 

Essex, Mass. Nason, E. History of Essex. [1 634-1 878.] ...... 878.33 



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Essex county, Mass. Tracy, C. M. t and others. History of Essex county. 878.33 
Esther. See Bible. 

Esther Wynn's love-letters. [A story.] Holm, Saxe 966.10 

Etching and etchers. Hamerton, P. G. Etching and etchers. 1876. . • 624.46 

The unknown river. An etcher's voyage of discovery. 1876. . • 435.16 

Lalanne, M. A treatise on etching. 1880 624.60 

Maberly, J. The print collector. With an account of contemporary 

etching and etchers by R. Hoe, jr. 1880 624.50 

Not*. For specimens of the work of contemporary etchers, see the Portfolio. 

Eternity. See De Quincey, T. Essays on Christianity v. 8 of 11 25. 13 

Ethan Brand. [A tale.] Hawthorne, N v. 1 of 968.29 

Ethelwerd, Anglo-Saxon writer \ 10th century. Chronicle, to the year 975. 

See Giles, J. A. Six old English chronicles. 823.9 

Ethics, or moral philosophy. Aristoteles. Nicomachean ethics. 1877. . 1848.7 
Bacon, F., lord Verulam. Essays, or counsels civil and moral. 

1913.24; v. 12 of 1121.5 

Bain, A. Moral science : a compendium of ethics. 1875 1716.29 

Bascom, J. Ethics ; or, the science of duty. 1880 1716.11 

Bentham, J. Principles of morals and legislation. 1876. 1717*4 

Blackie, J. S. Four phases of morals. 1874 1716.16 

Cicero, M. T. Three books of offices, or moral duties. 1880. . . . 1848.19 

Combe,. G. The constitution of man. 188 1 17*7*3 

Cousin, V. Lectures on the true, the beautiful, and the good. 1879. • X 7 X 7*7 

Day, H. N. The science of ethics. 1879 17 16.21 

Doddridge, P. Lectures on pneumatology, ethics, and divinity. 1763. 1619.19 
Epictetus. Discourses ; with the Enchiridion and fragments. 1877. . 1848.21 

Fairchild, J. H. Moral philosophy. 1872 17 1*6.15 

Haweis, H. R. Music and morals. 623.18 

Hickok, L. P. A system of moral science. 1880. 1716.24 

Holmes, O. W. Mechanism in thought and morals. 1879 17 16.6 

Hopkins, M. The law of love and love as a law. 188 1 17 16. 12 

Hume, D. Inquiry concerning the principles of morals. . . v. 2 of 1913.28 
La Rochefoucauld, F., due de. Maxims and moral reflections. . . . 1929. 1 
Lecky, W. E. H. European morals from Augustus to Charlemagne. 

1879 1716.9 

McCosh,J. Method of the divine government, physical and moral. 1852. 1627.35 
Mackintosh, Sir J. Dissertation on ethical philosophy. 1851. . . . 1127.22 
Martineau, J. Whewell's Morality, and systematic morality. . v. 2 of 1917.19 

Mathews, W. Compulsory morality. [An essay.] 1937.34 

Maurice, F. D. The conscience. Lectures on casuistry. 1872. . . .1716.14 
Mill, J. S. Whewell on moral philosophy. [A review.] . . v. 3 of 1916.25 
Peabody, A. P. The relations of ethics and theology. |A discourse.] 1648.26 
Plutarchus. Morals. With an introduction by R. W. Emerson. 187a 17 17. 15 

Ruskin, J. The true and beautiful. 1879. 61 1.9 

Seneca, L. A. Morals [and epistles]. 1776. 1848.27 

Shairp, J. C. The moral motive power. [An essay.] 1925.10 

Spencer, H. The data of ethics. 1881. 171&3 2 

Morals and moral sentiments. [An essay.] 1916.19 

Spinoza, B. de. Ethics. 1870 755*4° 

Stephen, Sir J. F., and others. The influence upon morality of a decline 

in religious belief v. 2 of 1918.33 



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ETHICS, or moral philosophy, continued, 

Stephen, L. The science of ethics. 1882 171640 

Whately, R. . Lessons on morals and Christian evidences. 1857. . . 1716-$ 

Wuttke, C. F. A. Christian ethics. 1873 171M 

See also Character, Conduct of life, Culture, Philosophy, Psychology. 

Ethics, The, of the dust. Ruskin, J 4 20 -2° 

Ethiopia. Heeren, A. H. L. Politics and trade of the African nations, v. 4 of 81 y*& 
Lepsius, K. R. Letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sinai. 1852. . . 3*3-^ 
Ethnology and ethnography. Bancroft, H. H. Native races of the Pacific 

states. 1875-76. 43 2 - 2 ? 

Donaldson, J. W. On English ethnography. [An essay.] . . v. 2 of i9i7- 2 3 

Figuier, G. I* The human race. [1873.] 43 2 -^ 

Fiske, J. The races of the Danube. [An essay.] I937- 2 ** 

Foster, J. W. Pre-historic races of the United States. 1878. . . . 432- ,s 
Huxley, T. H. Methods and results of ethnology. [An essay.] . . • 191 6- 16 
Keene, A. H. Ethnological appendixes. See Stanford's Compendium 
of geography and travel. 

Nicholas, T. The pedigree of the English people. 1878. 823-22 

Peschel, O. The races of men. 1876 „. 432.14 

Quatrefages de Br4au, J. L. A. de. The human species. 1879. . . . 527.2 

Natural history of man. 1875 432. xo 

Rawlinson, G. The origin of nations. 1878 433-S 

Short, J. T. The North Americans of antiquity. 1880. 432.22 

Smith, C. H. Natural history of the human species. 432.4. 

Wood, J. G. The natural history of man. 1868-70. 439*. 1 1 

See also Anthropology, Archaeology, Geology, Man. 

Etiquette and manners. Dahlgren, M. V. Etiquette of social life in 

Washington. 1881 1761-9 

De Quincey, T. French and English manners v. 12 of 112 S- 1 3 

Duffey, Mrs. E. B. Ladies' and gentlemen's etiquette. 1877. . . . 176* - 1 " 

Emerson, R. W. Conduct of life v. 3 of n3 f " l 3 

Manners. [An essay.] v. 1 of H3 1 * 1 ^ 

Johnson, Mrs. S. O. Manual of etiquette. 1876 iy6*- x 3 

Longstreet, A. B. Social etiquette of New York. 188 t l7** x '} 



McCabe, J. D. Encyclopaedia of business and social forms. [1879.] . **"" , 

Mathews, W. Who are gentlemen ? [An essay.] . . i*p3^ o 

Moore, C. J. Sensible etiquette of the best society. [1878.] .... 17& 1 ' 

Sherwood, M. E. W. Amenities of home. 1881 6-*^ 

Stanhope, P. D., 4th earl of Chesterfield. Letters to his son. 1879. • *&" 

See also Conduct of life, Ethics. 

^3 f 3 
Eton, England. Rimmer, A. Rambles round Eton and Harrow. 1882.. 2?^ ~a 

Eton college, Eton. Lyte, H. C. M. History of Eton college. 1440-1875. f 7^^^V* 
Staunton, H. Great schools of England. 1877 1^ t t 

Etruria. Chambers's papers. The sepulchres of Etruria. . . . v. 1 of 12^^^^ 
Dennis, G. The cities and cemeteries of Etruria. [1842-78.] 1878. . ^ * - 

Luebke, W. Outlines of the history of art v. 1 of 6* -^ '" * 

Westropp, H. M. Handbook of archaeology. 1878 4-^2^ ' 

Winckelmann, J. J. Art of the Etruscans v. 1-2 of 6r -*♦'" 

Etting, Frank M. Historical account of the old state house of Pennsylvania, * 

now known as the Hall of independence. Illustrations. Bost., 1876. 4 87-*^-* 



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Ettrick shepherd, The. See Hogg, James. 

Etty, William, English painter, b. 1787, d. 1849. Fairholt, F. W. Homes, 

works, and shrines of English artists. 1873 619.20 

Keddie, H. Modern painters and their paintings 714.10 

Etymology. Brachet, A. Etymological dictionary of the French lan- 
guage. 1878 R. L. 

Dwight, B. W. Modern philology. [Comparative English etymology.] 

1877 1112.39 

Mtiller, F. M. On the principles of etymology. [A lecture.] . v. 2 of 11 12.24 
Skeat, W. W. Etymological dictionary of the English language. 1882. R. L. 

Wedgwood, H. Dictionary of English etymology. 1878 R. L. 

Euclid, or Eukleides, of Alexandria, Greek geometer. Elements; compris- 
ing the first six books, and portions of the eleventh and twelfth. New 
edition. With notes by I. Todhunter. London, 1879. '8° • • • • 4 f 4*3 
Eugene, Francois, prince de Savoy, b. 1663, d. 1736. James, G. P. R. Mem- 
oirs of great commanders 7U-38 

Wilson, J. G. Sketches of illustrious soldiers. 188a 711.29 

Eugene Aram : a tale. Bulwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., lord Lytton 916.17 

Eugenie Marie de Montijo, empress of France, b. 1826. C hall ice, A. E. 

Illustrious women of France. 1873 737. 1 7 

Lester, C. E. The Napoleon dynasty 838.3 

McCarthy, J. Modern leaders. 1872 716.24 

Whitehurst, F. M. Court and social life under Napoleon III. [1864-70.] 837.27 

Eugenie. [A novel.] Butt, Beatrice M 969.4 

Eumenes, Greek general, b. B.C. 361? d. 316. See Plutarch us. Lives [of 

ancient Greeks and Romans] v. 3 of 743.28 

Eu men ides: a tragedy. iEschylus 1856.5 

Eunice Lathrop, spinster. Noble, Annette L. 966.2 

Eunuchus: a comedy. Terentius Afer, P 1856.17 

Euphrates. Blunt, Lady A. Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. [1877-78.] 239.12 
Euripides, Greek tragic poet, b. b. c. 480, d. 406. The Cyclops. Translated 

by P. B. Shelley. See Shelley, P. B. Poetical works. . . . v. 2 of 1817.5 
Tragedies. Translated, with notes, by T. A/Buckley. [Portrait.] Lon- 
don, 1877-79. 2 v. 12 1856.13 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Hecuba; Orestes; Phoenissse; Medea; Hippolytus; Alcestis; 
The Bacchae; The Heraclidae; Iphigenia in Aulide; Iphigenia 
in Tauris. 
II. Hercules furens; Troades; Ion; Andromache; Suppliants; 
Helen; Electra; The Cyclops; Rhesus. 

Donne, W. B. Euripides. 1875. 1855.21 

Froude, J. A. Sea studies. [An essay.] v. 3 of 191 5.16 

Mahaffy, J. P. Euripides. 1879 • '855.4 

History of classical Greek literature v. 1 of 11 16.27 

Symonds, J. A. Studies of the Greek poets v. 2 of 1925.4 

Europe. Art and literature. 

Atkinson, J. B. Art tour to northern capitals of Europe. 1873. • • • 22 3«3<> 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Contemporary art in Europe. 1877 615.29 

Hallam, H. Introduction to the literature of Europe, I5th-I7th centu- 
ries. 1863. 1117.12 

Howitt, W. and M. Literature and romance of northern Europe. 1852. 11 15.17 
Longfellow, H. W. The poets and poetry of Europe. 187 1 1819.24 



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Europe. Art and literature, continued. 

Simonde de Sismondi, J. C. L. Literature of the south of Europe. 1877. 1 1 17.6 
Viardot, L. Wonders of European art. 187 1 524.5 

History and politics. 

Alison, Sir A. History of Europe, 1789-181 5 848.10 

History of Europe, 1815-52 849.7 

Creighton, M. The age of Elizabeth. [1 533-1603.] 861.22 

Draper, J. W. Intellectual development of Europe. 1876. .... 17269 

Dyer, T. H. Modern Europe. 1453-1871 8499 

Edgar, J. G. History for boys : modern Europe. [400-1858.] . • . 127.7 

Freeman, E. A. The historical geography of Europe. 188 1 211. 13 

History of Europe [from the earliest times to 1879] 861.11 

Fyffe, C. A. History of modern Europe. Vol. 1-11. 1792-1848. . . 848.7 

Guizot, F. P. G. History of civilization. [476-1789.] 1878 1726.19 

Origin of representative government in Europe. 1861 1747-10 

Hale, E. Fall of the Stuarts, and western Europe. 1678-97. . . . 861.24 
Hallam, H. State of Europe during the middle ages. [486-1495.] . 848.3 
Heeren, A. H. L. Political system of Europe and its colonies, v. 5 of 813.16 
Hewlett, H. G. The heroes of Europe : A. D. 700 to 170a i860. . • 147.10 
Johnson, A. H. The Normans in Europe. [ a. d. 700-1154.] .... 861.18 
Lecky, W. E. H. Rise and influence of rationalism in Europe. 1879. 1612.15 

McClellan, G. B. The armies of Europe. 1861. • • 1749.28 

Maclear, G. F. Apostles of mediaeval Europe. 7 59- 2° 

May, Sir T. E. Democracy in Europe : a history. 1878. 1747-33 

Morris, E. E. The age of Anne. [1697-17 14.] 861.25 

Robertson, W. Progress of society in Europe, v. 1 of 832.12; v. 4 of 1 125.2 
Schlosser, J. C. History of the 18th century, and of the 19th [to 181 5]. 813.19 
Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in southern Europe. [1866-79 1 223.20 

Upton, E. The armies of Asia and Europe. 1878 1749*26 

Yonge, C. D. Three centuries of modern history. [1494-182 1.] • . . 8134 

Travels and description. 

Alcott, L. M. Shawl straps. 1879 v. 2 of 135.3 

Arnold, H. P. European mosaic [1864.] 234.11 

Bellows, H. W. The old world in its new face. 1867-68 221.16 

Bryant, W. C. Letters of a traveller. [1834-50.] 222.7 

Butterworth, H. Zigzag journeys in Europe. [A book for boys.] 1 88 1. 126.41 

Channing, W. A physician's vacation ; or, a summer in Europe. [1852.] 222.26 

Choules, J. O. Cruise of the steam yacht North Star. [1853.] . . . 221.20 

Clemens, S. L. The innocents abroad. [1867-68.] 222.32 

A tramp abroad. [1878.] . . . » 222.33 

Darley, F. O. C. Sketches abroad with pen and pencil. [1866-67.] • * 2 3«34 

Felton, C. C. Familiar letters from Europe. [1853-54.] 221.9 

Field, H. M. From the lakes of Killarney to the Golden Horn. [1875.] 222.24 

Guild, C. Abroad again. [1877.] 223.38 

Over the ocean. [187 1.] 223.37 

Hale, E. E. Ninety-days' worth of Europe. [1859.] 221.14 

Haven, G. The pilgrim's wallet. 1866. . 223.15 

Heine, H. Pictures of travel. [1823-28.] • 221.18 

Hunnewell, J. F. The lands of Scott. [187 1.] 223.22 



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Europe. Travels and description, continued, 

Jackson, H. M. Bits of travel. [1869.] 2234 

James, H.,/r. Transatlantic sketches. [1872-74.] 223.23 

Lippincott, S. J. Haps and mishaps of a tour in Europe. [1852-53.] . 222.21 

Macgregor, J. A thousand miles in the Rob Roy canoe. [1865.] . . 221.6 

Montgomery, J. E. Cruise of admiral Farragut, 1867-68, in the Franklin. 217.12 

Morford, H. Short-trip guide to Europe. [1880.] 222.2 

Moulton, L. C. Random rambles. 1881 22 3*3 

Ossoli, S. M. F., marchesa d\ At home and abroad. [1843-49.] . . 329.13 

Peabody, A. P. Reminiscences of European travel. [1866-67.] • • • 222.4 

Pitman, M. J. European breezes. 1882 223.14 

Prime, S. I. The Alhambra and the Kremlin. [1873.] 223.27 

Rapid transit abroad. [A three months' tour.] 1879 223.12 

Sedgwick, C. M. Letters from abroad. [1839-40.] 222.9 

Stowe, H. E. B. Sunny memories of foreign lands. [1853.] .... 222.18 

Taylor, B. By-ways of Europe. [1868.] ." 222.15 

Views a-foot; or Europe seen with knapsack and staff. [1844-46.] 222.14 

Terhune, M. V. Loiterings in pleasant paths. 1880 223.25 

Trafton, A. An American girl abroad. [1869.] 223.16 

Ware, W. Sketches of European capitals. 1851 223.21 

Warner, C. D. Saunterings. [1872.] 223.8 

Whitney, A. D. T. Sights and insights. 1879. 967.12 

Wills, M. H. A summer in Europe. [1875.] 223.24 

Set also Archaeology, Biography, Crusades, Ethnology, History, Geography, 
Geology ( Middle ages, Political economy, Reformation, Social science, 
and special references under the various countries of Europe. 

Europeans, The. A sketch. James, H. f j'r. 976.21 

Eusebius Pamphilus, bishop of Casarea, b. 265, d. 338? Ecclesiastical his- 
tory. [B. c. 31- A. D. 337.] Translated from the Greek by C. F. Cruse\ 

London, 1872. 12 1654.6 

Eustace diamonds, The. A novel. Trollope, A 9 2 9-54 

Eustache Baudin : a drama. Courtney, J v. 18-19 °* '857-3 

Eutaw. A sequel to The forayers. Simms, W. G 979-39 

Evadne; or, the statue: a drama. Sheil, R. L. v. 7 of 1857.3 

Evangeline: a tale of Acadie. Longfellow, H. W. . 1839.40; v. 1-2 of 1836.32 
Evans, Arthur J. Through Bosnia and the Herzegovina, 1875. Map and 

illustrations. London, 1876. 8° 237.20 

Evans, John. Ancient bronze implements, weapons, and ornaments of Great 

Britain and Ireland. [With illustrations.] New York, 1881. 8° 434.34 
Ancient stone implements, weapons, and ornaments of Great Britain. 

[With illustrations.] New York, 1872. 8° 434-33 

Evans, Morgan. Butter and cheese. [Bevan, G. P., ed, British manufactur- 
ing industries.] .v. 12 of 673.5 

Evans, Thomas W. Instruments and apparatus of medicine, etc See 

United States. Department of state, Paris exposition reports -,1867. v. 5 of 1555.7 
Evarts, William M., American statesman, b. 18 18. Eulogy on Salmon P. 

Chase. See Schuckers, J. W. 

Eve, The, of St. Agnes. [A poem.] Keats, J. . . v. 2 of 1816.1 ; v. 7 of 968.29 

Eveleen Wilson : a drama. Pilgrim, J v. 40-41 of 1857.3 

Evelina. [A novel.] Arblay, Frances d' 941.3 



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Evelyn, John, English scholar and philosopher, b. 1620, d. 1706. Diary and 
correspondence. [1620-1704.] [Also] Private correspondence between 
Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas, and between Sir Edward Hyde 
and Sir Richard Browne. Edited by W. Bray. New edition. [Por- 
traits and illustrations.] London, 1862-78. 4 v. 12 722.$ 

Evening amusements. See Amusements and games. 

Evenings in Greece. [Poems.] Moore, T v. 3 of 1816.12 

Everett, Alexander Hill, b. 1792, d. 1847. Life of Joseph Warren. 

[Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] v. 10 of 762.5 

Life of Patrick Henry. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] . v. 1 of 763.5 
Griswold, R. W. Prose writers of America. [1870.] 1819-23 

Everett, Charles Carroll. The relation of Jesus to the present age. [Ameri- 
can Unitarian association. Christianity and modern thought] . . 1648.26 
The science of thought : a system of logic. Boston, 1875. I2 ° * - . 171 1-15 

Everett, Edward, American statesman and orator ■, b. 1794, d. 1865. Bio- 
graphical memoir of Webster. See Webster, D. Works, .v. I of "36.5 
Life of George Washington. [Portrait.] New York, i860. 12 . . 765.10 
Life of John Stark. [Sparks, J., ed. American biography.] . • v. 1 of 762.5 
Orations and speeches on various occasions. [1824-65.] Ninth edition. 

[With portrait.] Boston, 1868-79. 4 v. 8° UJ7-&8 

Contents. 

Vol. I. Circumstances favorable to the progress of literature in America, 
1824; First settlement of New England, 1834; First battles of 
the revolutionary war, 1835; Principle of the American consti- 
tutions, 1826; Adams and Jefferson, 1836; History of liberty, 
1838; Monument to J. Harvard, 1828; Speech at Nashville, 
Tenn., 1829; Speech at Lexington, Ky., 1829; Speech at Yel- 
low Springs, O., 1829; Settlement of Massachusetts, 1830; 
Importance of scientific knowledge to practical men; The 
working men's party, 1830; Advantage of scientific knowledge 
to working men, 1831 ; Colonization and civilization of Africa, 
1832; Education in the western states, speech on behalf of Ken- 
yon college, O., 1833; Bunker Hill monument, 1833; Tem- 
perance, 1833; Seven year*' war the school of the revolution, 
1833; Education of mankind, 1833; Agriculture, 1833 : Eulogy 
on Lafayette, 1834; Battle of Lexington , 1836; Youth of 
Washington, 1835 ; Education favorable to liberty, morals, and 
knowledge, 1835; Battle of Bloody Brook, 1835. 
II. Boyhood and youth of Franklin, 1839; Fourth of Jury at Lowell. 
1830; American manufactures, 1831; Anecdotes of early local 
history, 1833; Western railroad, 1835; Anniversary of the settle- 
ment of Springfield, 1816; Importance of the militia, 1836; 
Seventeenth of June at Charles town, 1836; Harvard centennial 
anniversary, 1836; Settlement of Dedham, 1836; Cattle-show 
at Dan vers, 1836; Irish charitable society. 1837; Improvements 
in prison discipline, 1837; Superior and popular education, 
1837 > Boston schools, 1837 : Importance of the mechanic arts, 
1837 ; Reception of the Sauks and Foxes, 1837 ; Dr. Bowditch, 
1838; Fourth of July, Boston, 1838; Education the nurture of 
the mind, 1838; Festival at Exeter, N. H., in honor of Dr. 
Abbott, 1838; Accumulation, property, capital, credit, 1836; 
Importance of education in a republic, 1838; Settlement of 
Barnstable, 1839; Normal schools, 1839; Opening of the rail- 
road to Springfield, Oct. 23, 1839; Scots' charitable society, 
1839: John Lowell, jr., founder of the Lowell institute. 1839; 
Dr. Robinson's medal, 1842; British association at Manchester, 
184a; University of Cambridge, Eng., 184a; Royal agricul- 
tural society at Bristol, 1842 ; Agricultural society at WaTtham, 
1842; York minster, 1842; Lord mayor's day, 1843; Geologi- 
cal society of London; Royal academy of art, 1843; Royal liter- 
ary fund, 1843 ; Agricultural society at Derby, 1843 • Reception 
at Hereford, 1843; Saffron Walden agricultural society, 1843; 
Scientific association at Cambridge, £ng. ; 1845; Pilgrim 
fathers. 1845; University education, Cambridge, 1846; New 
medical college, 1846; Famine in Ireland, 1847; Aid to the 
colleges, 1848; Eulogy on John Quincy Adams, 1848; Cam- 
bridge high school, 1848; Second speech on aid to the colleges, 
1849; American scientific association, 1849; Departure of the 
pilgrims, 1849; Cattle show at Dedham, 1849; Nineteenth of 
April at Concord, 1850; The Bible, 1850. 



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Everett, Edward. Orations and speeches, continued. 

III. Battle of Bunker Hill, 1850; Opening of the Brattle house,Cara- 

bridge, 1850; Cambridge high school, 1850; Ottoman empire.' 
1850; Birthday of Washington, 1851; Conditions of a good , 

school, 1851; Beneficial influence of railroads, 1851; The 
husbandman, mechanic, and manufacturer, 1851 ; Treatment 
of animals, 185a; Effects of immigration, 1852; Festival of the 
alumni of Harvard, 185a; Education and civilization, 1852; 
Dinner to Thomas Baring, 1852 ; Progress of agriculture, 185a ; 
Death of Daniel Webster, 1852; Colonization of Africa, 1853; 
Abdul Rahaman; Discovery of America, 1853; Stability and 
progress, 1853; Pilgrim fathers, Plymouth festival, 1853; New 
Hampshire, 1853; Vice-president King, 1853; Peter Chardon 
Brooks; Dorchester in 1630, 1776, and 1855; Boston school 
festival, 1855; Launch of the Defender, 1855; Abbott Law- 
rence, 1855; Obituary notice of Abbott Lawrence; Vegetable 
and mineral gold, 1855; Daniel Webster as a man, 1856; Re- 
ception at Philadelphia, 1856; Mr. Dowse's library. 1856; 
Uses of astronomy, 1856; George Peabody, 1856; Obituary 
notice of Mr. Dowse, 1856; Memorial of the Franklin family, 
1857; Academic education, 1857: Statue of Warren. Bunker 
HUI, 1857; Importance of agriculture, 1857; Charitable insti- 
tutions and charity, 1857; Dedication of the public library, 
Boston, 1858; Dedication of Crawford's Washington, 1858; 
Presentation of the cane of Washington, 1858; Recollections of 
Turkey, 1858; Washington abroad and at home, 1858; Fourth 
of July, Boston, 1858. 

IV. Character of Washington, 1856 ; Cattle-show at Springfield, 1858 ; 

New York state inebriate asylum, 1858; Agricultural society at 
Dan vers, 1858; Minot's Ledge light-house, 1858; Eulogy on 
Thomas Dowse, 1858; Franklin, the Boston boy, 1859; William 
Hickling Prescott, 1859; Henry Hallam, 1859; Latin school 
prize declamation, 1859; Powers's statue of Webster, 1859; 
Alexander von Humboldt, 1859; Rufiis Choate, 1850: Daniel 
Webster, 1859; Union meetine in Faneuil hall, 1859; Washing- 
ton Irving, 1859; Birthday of Irving, i860; Eliot school-house, 
1859; Henry D. Gilpin, i860; American expedition to the 
Arctic sea, i860; Sanitary convention, Boston, i860; Vindi- 
cation of American institutions, i860; Inauguration of presi- 
dent Felton, Harvard college, i860; Everett school- house, 
i860; Flag-raising in Chester square, 1861; Call to arms, 
Roxbury, 1861 ; Daniel D. Barnard, 1861 ; Questions of the 
day, 1861; " E pluribus unum; " Nathan Apple ton, 1861; 
Fiftieth anniversary of graduation, Cambridge, 186 1; Twelfth 
Massachusetts regiment, 1861; Agriculture as affected by the 
war, 1 861; Dinner to prince Napoleon, 1861; Causes and 
conduct of the civil war, 1861; Cornelius C. Felton, 186a; 
Army of the Potomac, 1862; Opportunities of Harvard stu- 
dents, 1862; Female education, 1862; Duty of crushing the 
rebellion, 1862; Demand for reinforcements, 1862: The Irish 
regiment, 1862; Nathan Hale, 1863; Inauguration of the 
Union club, 1863 ; United States naval academy, Newport, R. I., 
1863 ; Harvard college in the war, 1863 ; Education of the poor, 
1863; National cemetery at Gettysburg, 1863; Aid to East 
Tennessee, 1864; Navy in the war, 1864; Russia and the 
United States, 1864; Josiah Quincy, 1864; Administration of 
president Quincy, 1864; Duty of supporting the government, 
1864; Sailors' Home. 1864: Reception of captain Winslow, 
1864; President Lincoln, 1864; Massachusetts electoral college, 
1864 ; Relief of Savannah, 1 865. 

Griswold, R. W. Prose writers of America. [1870.] 1819.23 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators. 1879 1233.19 

Parker, E. G. The golden age of American oratory. 1857 1233.30 

Whipple, E. P. Character and characteristic men. 1877 * 936.9 

Winthrop, R. C. Death of Everett, and tribute to his memory. . . . 1137.25 
Everett, Rev. William. On the Cam. Lectures on the university of Cam- 
bridge, England. Cambridge, 1865. 12 1 764.2 

School sermons preached to the boys of Adams academy. Bost, 1882. 16 1 12.12 
Everett, Mass. Bailey, D. P. History of Everett. [1630-1879.] . v. 1 of 878.26 
Evergreens. Elliott, F. R. Popular evergreen trees and shrubs. [1868.] 667.10 

Hoopes, J. The book of evergreens. [1868.] 667.18 

Warder, J. A. Hedges and evergreens. 1865 667.12 

See also Landscape gardening, Trees. 



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Evers, Henry. Navigation. New York, [1874.] 12 . [Putnam's advanced 

science series.] 421.10 

Steam and the steam engine. [Illustrated.] New York, 1872. 12 

[Putnam's advanced science series.] 677.12 

Evertsen, Johan, Dutch admiral, b. 1600, d. 1666. See De Liefde, J. The 

great Dutch admirals. M7- ! 7 

Every boy's annual. See Routledge's every boy's annual. 

E very-day English. Sequel to " Words and their uses." White, R. G. . 1 115.23 

Every girl's annual. See Routledge's every girl's annual. 

Every man in his humour : a comedy. Jonson, B. • . . v. 3 of 1859.9 ; 1868.17 

Every man out of his humour : a comedy. Jonson, B 1868.17 

Everybody's business is nobody's business. De Foe, D 11 22^5 

Everybody's friend: a comedy. Coyne, J. S v. 44-45 of 1857.3 

Evidences of Christianity. See Christianity. 

Evil genius, The : a comedy. Bernard, W. B v. 20-21 of 1857.3 

Evolution and development. Cope, E. D. Evolution. [An essay.] v. 1 of 416.6 

Darwin, C. R. Descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. 1879. 431.14 

Origin of species by means of natural selection. 1880. . . . . 431.13 

Variation of animals and plants under domestication. 1876. . . 431*15 

Fiske, J. Darwinism and other essays. 1879 I 937- 2 ^ 

Outlines of cosmic philosophy, based on evolution. 1875. . . • 1713.14 

Haeckel, E. H. The evolution of man. 1879. 43 1 - 10 

History of creation. 1879. 43 f *9 

Hodge, C. What is Darwinism ? 1874. 1613.7 

Huxley, T. H. Evidence as to man's place in nature. 1879. • • • • 43 I - I 7 

Evolution in biology [and other essays] 1916.17 

Origin of species. [A review.] 1916.23 

Palaeontology and evolution ; Mr. Darwin's critics. [Essays.] . • 1916.16 

McCosh, J. Development. [A lecture.] 1647.2 

Mivart, St. G. Qn the genesis of species. 187 1 43 I - I 9 

Murphy, J. J. Habit and intelligence. 1879. 1714-25 

Schmidt, O. The doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 1877 526.13 

Semper, K. Animal life as affected by the natural conditions of exist- 
ence. 1881 527.5 

Smith, J. C. The theistic basis of evolution. [A lecture.] ..... 1647.2 

Spencer, H. The development hypothesis. [An essay.] 1726.15 

Vestiges of the natural history of creation. 1844 43 I - 2 5 

Explanations : sequel to " Vestiges of creation." 1844. . . . • 431.26 
Wallace, A. R. The action of natural selection on man. • . • v. 2 of 416.6 
See also Biology, Creation, Geology, Man, Philosophy. 

Ewald, Georg Heinrich August, German orientalist and biblical critic f b. 1803, 
d. 1875. The antiquities of Israel. Translated by H. S. Solly. 

Boston, 1876. 8° 814.22 

History of Israel. Translated [and] edited by R. Martineau and J. E. 

Carpenter. London, 1869-78. 5 v. 8° 814.23 

Ewbank, Thomas. Hydraulic and other machines for raising water. Six- 
teenth edition. Illustrated. New York, 1876. 8° 676.38 

Ewell, Richard S., b. 1820, d. 1872. See Snow, W. P. Southern generals. 764.22 

Ewing, Juliana H. Jan of the windmill. [Illustrated.] Host., 1880. 16 134*1 

We and the world. A book for boys. With illustrations. Bost., 1880. 16 134.2 



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Excursion, The. [A poem.] Wordsworth, W. . v. 3 of 1818.4 

Excursions. Thoreau, H. D 1938.11 

Exercise. See Physical education. 

Exeter, Earl of. See Cecil, Thomas. 

Exiles, The. A Russian story. Tissot, V., and AmeVo, G , 951.2 

Exiles, The, of Siberia. Cottin, Sophie R., madame. 958.10 

Exmouth, Viscount. See Pellew, Edward. 

Exodus. See Bible. 

Exotics: attempts to domesticate them. Clarke, J. F. and L. l & l 3-Z 

Experience. [An essay.] Emerson, R. W v. 1 of 1 131. 13 

Explorers. Higginson, T. W. Book of American explorers. [985-1631.] 128.9 
Kingston, W. H. G. Great African travellers. [1 795-1872.] .... 324.9 

Mossman, S. Heroes of discovery. 1877. . 7 ,I -39 

Verne, J. Famous travels and travellers, [b.c. 505-A.D. 1700.] 1879. 215.10 

Great explorers of the 19th century. 188 1 215.12 

Great navigators of the 1 8th century. 1880. 2 15. 11 

Whymper, F. Heroes of the Arctic 1875 326.5 

Explosive compounds. Williams, W. M v. 2 of 673.5 

Express companies. Stimson, A. L. History of express companies. • .1759.26 

Expression. Bell, Sir C. Anatomy and philosophy of expression. 1877. 61 1.3 
Darwin, C. R. Expression of the emotions in man and animals. 1873. 1724.5 

Eye. Harlan, G. C. Eyesight, and how to care for it 1879. • -.••• 641.16 

Jeffries, B. J. Color-blindness. 1879. 653.14 

Lawson, G. Injuries of the eye, orbit, and eyelids. 1867 653.28 

Williams, H. W. Our eyes, and how to take care of them. 187 1. . 653.8 
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